Join us at our upcoming WACEL Membership Meeting for a unique perspective of what we can expect for the metro area economic performance in 2021 and beyond, Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 11am!
Jeannette Chapman serves at the director of The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. The Fuller Institute is the premier source for information and analysis of greater Washington’s regional economy. She spends her days monitoring regional issues and their economic impact and identifies critical conditions and trends that will impact our region’s future economic vitality.
Ms. Chapman will share her research and observations at WACEL’s upcoming virtual General Membership Meeting, Thursday, November 19, 11am-Noon. Her insights will be especially welcome in this different time with so many unknowns looming on the horizon and the systemic changes to the way we live and work that will result in a post COVID-19 world. She will identify the major criteria that will affect our region's economic performance with a special emphasis on those factors that will have the most impact on construction.
Jeannette Chapman joined George Mason University in 2013 as the Research Associate at the Center for Regional Analysis (CRA). Prior to joining George Mason University, she was the Research Associate for Economic Growth and Development at the Downtown DC Business Improvement District (BID) where she analyzed the major sectors of the downtown D.C. economy.
Attendees will receive 1 CEU credit for participation at this session.
All meetings meetings are all held virtually on Zoom.