Return to the Perimeter Workplace 2020

Return to the Perimeter Workplace Sessions

The series presents insight from panels of industry experts on rebuilding the post-COVID-19 economy regarding healthcare, technology, and the workforce. Thank you to our sponsors Cox and the City of Dunwoody for making this series possible.

A Conversation with Dr. George "Bud" Peterson | May 21, 2020

Former President of Georgia Tech and Technology Hall of Fame recipient shares his thoughts on how technology will help shape business in the post-COVID-19 economy. Moderated by Dunwoody Perimeter Chamber Board Member, Shirley Borghi, TruBiz Partners Inc. and Executive Director & Co-Vice Chairman of the Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia.




Reopening the Workplace | May 28, 2020

Some of the largest employers in the area will share how they are making plans to return more than 100,000 employees that work in the Perimeter Market area. Panelists include Bill Baker, Senior General Manager Perimeter Mall; Joann Schuster, Operations Manager in Underwriting, State Farm; and Knowledge Expert Chris Kirk, Senior Director, Internal Control & Compliance Cox Enterprises/Cox Automotive. This panel will be moderated by Jennifer Boettcher, Director of Communications for the City of Dunwoody.




Healthcare in the Perimeter | June 11, 2020

The perimeter area is home to thousands of health care workers. How are the providers of these vital services meeting the new health care demands of the region during the pandemic? Panelists: Kathleen Funk, MD Northside Hospital ; Kevin Andrews, COO, Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital; Brian M. Rivers, PhD, MPH, Director, Cancer Health Equity Institute. The panel will be moderated by Tamira M. Moon, Program Manager, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.




Conversation with Mayor of Dunwoody, Lynn Deutsch | June 25, 2020

Dunwoody Mayor discusses learning from the past three months and what’s ahead for the remainder of the year as the City of Dunwoody experiences a new normal in operations and providing support to citizens. This conversation will be moderated by Jennifer Boettcher, Director of Communications for the City of Dunwoody.