In this post-pandemic landscape, the facility management industry has changed. Supply chain struggles are delaying projects months or even years. A hybrid workplace is changing tenant demands. The Great Resignation has created staff vacancies with replacement workers in short supply.

Given this current state of the industry, we've assembled a panel of leading facility managers to discuss how best to overcome these challenges and more. We'll examine why now is the best time to invest in your staff and how to progress your career in facility management.

Our panel represents a variety of market types so all facility executives, maintenance managers and engineers will come away with advice to improve their facilities, departments and themselves.


  1. Determine how to effectively manage your facilities under the ever-changing industry conditions
  2. Discover new ways to attract top talent, improve productivity, and retain your best workers
  3. Learn how to fast-track your career path in facility management


Andy Gager
Doug Pearson

VP, Facilities Planning and Operations
Kent State University

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Jessica Bickel

Facilities Coordinator
Reece Group USA

Andy Gager
Levron Schuchalter

Deputy Director, Facilities Management, Services Program
National Capital Region of the General Services Administration

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Keith W. Watkins

Director of Facilities
City School District of New Rochelle