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SE3 Webinar: What Can We Learn From the 2008 Recession?
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/28/2020
When: Thursday, May 28, 2020
12:00 PM
Where: United States

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SE3 Webinar: What Can We Learn From the 2008 Recession?

Join SE3 for a webinar-format panel discussion on “lessons learned” from the 2008 Recession. Our panelists feature SEAONC members who were at different points in their career during the last major economic downturn in the Bay Area - from entry level to Principal -  and experienced a range of impacts on their work situations. Panelists will share stories and answer questions that are particularly relevant now, as we face the long-term impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. While the current reality of the global pandemic is in many ways unprecedented, SE3 hopes that sharing the past experiences of our community can provide help and comfort to those who have found their careers impacted, or are dealing with the uncertainty of how things will change moving forward.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • How can those seeking employment navigate a difficult economic landscape?

  • How can firms and individuals mitigate low morale, maintain employee engagement, and manage stress levels as we deal with the pressures of an uncertain economy?

  • What long term impacts has our industry experienced since 2008? What do we expect will be similar, or different, about the effects of Covid-19?



Bill Andrews, S.E. 

Charlotte Wong, S.E

Theresa Curtis, S.E.

Tim Hart, S.E.


Thursday, May 28th, 12PM - 1:30PM


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