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Alternative Workplaces

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Alternative Workplaces

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IFMA Member Ended $15.00 $2.55
IFMA Non-Member Ended $25.00 $3.16

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Alternative Workspace - Panel Discussion on Agile Workplaces

Join IFMA SF at the Gap Headquarters in the special View Room on August 20th for a Panel discussion focused on Alternative workspaces.  Have you been considering leasing a coworking space? Are you currently leasing a coworking space?  Our distinguished panelists will share their experiences with coworking spaces.  They will inform you of the pro's and con's to leasing and working in spaces like these.  They will inform you about different types of coworking brands and share their thoughts on the advantages and disadvantage of working in these spaces.  We aim to help Facilities Managers make a more informed decision, when deciding to use coworking as part of their real estate portfolio.

 

Panelists:

Lionel Brazil is a Project Manager, in Global Site Development at SLACK.  He is currently managing 3 San Francisco locations with 112,000 sq ft of office space.  He is a dedicated, self-motivated facilities professional, adaptable to changing business needs and eager to take on new challenges. He has extensive leadership experience in overseeing multi-location office spaces, team development, resource allocation, budget management, and customer support. He is decisive and an analytical goal-setter with the ability to implement decisions and set effective priorities.

 


Tamar Draper Mahru is currently the Senior Director of Global Real Estate and Workplace at Twilio, having recently moved from Zendesk after four years leading the Global Workplace Experience function.  Prior to Zendesk, Tamar was the Head of Global Real Estate and Facilities at Airbnb, responsible for the expansion into 888 Brannan.  Tamar has been awarded the distinction of Rising Star in the Northern California Real Estate Women of Influence, and nominated for ELEVATE 2019's Women in Tech Award.  She is a Past President of the International Facility Management Association - San Francisco Chapter and is currently a member of Corenet.  

 

Tamar prides herself on developing lean, nimble teams, driving real estate strategy, and believes in the power of an engaged workplace.  She is a new resident of Oakland, where she lives with her husband, Ken, their two Maine Coons, Cider and Pinot and puppy Winston, an Australian Cattle Dog.

 

Sascha Wagner believes a key role of the built environment is to support and amplify the values of people, organizations, and communities. Consequently, a designer’s most important skill is to listen. As President and CEO of Huntsman Architectural Group, Sascha is responsible for developing business strategy, partnerships, and project opportunities for the firm. With more than 22 years of design and management expertise, he has led projects for many of Huntsman’s portfolio clients including Dolby, Google, Lucasfilm, Pixar, and Moody’s. Sascha is a Fellow of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) where he also serves on the International Board of Directors as President-Elect. Sascha is a member of the American Institute of Architects, CoreNet, USGBC, and the Interior Design Coalition of California and has published a number of articles on design practice. He holds degrees from the University of Toronto and Ringling College of Art and Design.

 

Moderator:

Tiana Taylor is an Associate Principal at Huntsman Architectural Group. With 15+ years of experience, Tiana brings knowledge as a designer and project manager for a variety of project types ranging in scale from Fortune 500 to start-up companies including financial firms, law offices, technology companies, and retail and hospitality venues. Outside of the office, she is an active member of the IFMA San Francisco chapter where she helps to create programming for Facilities Managers. Tiana received a Bachelor of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology.

 This event will take place at the amazing View Room of Gap Headquarters. Gap will also be providing food and beverages for this event

When

Tuesday, August 20, 2019
5:30 pm: Registration & Networking
6:00 pm: Panel Discussion
7:00 pm: Q&A 

Networking, Food & Drinks afterward, as well, a chance to take in the amazing view till 8:00pm

 Thank you to the Gap for providing food & drinks for this event!

RSVP

Members: $15.00
Non-members: $25.00
Please Note, tickets will be on sale till August 15th, no tickets will be avaiable after this date, no same-day admission allowed.

Where

Gap Headquarters is located at 2 Folsom St., 15th Floor San Francisco, CA 94105

We will be in the special view room of Gap headquarters

Street parking is limited, and a few lots are close by. We highly recommend taking public transportation



Have questions about Alternative Workspaces - A Panel Discussion on Agile Workplaces? Contact Lindsay Dellas, IFMA SF Chapter Administrator

 

Thank You to our Sponsors!! 


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Gap Headquarters - View Room
2 Folsom St.
15th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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