San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Young professionals are extremely beneficial to companies as they adapt quickly to new environments, have high energy, and bring fresh ideas and concepts to the table. Retaining young talent requires innovation, creativity, and transparency. Employers need to understand why employees would want to become part of their team and how incorporating sustainability into business practice will help to attract and retain the next generation of professionals. As the fastest growing segment of workforce, it is important to understand the major trends happening in the workforce to accommodate this.
Join NSI and NEXTNiagara on Wednesday, March 19 as we welcome:
Principal, Inspired Communications
& Chair, NEXTNiagara
Jessica is known for her energy, optimism and strong belief in pursuing the things you are most passionate about. Through her work in economic development roles with municipal and provincial government partnerships, she spent nearly a decade of her career consulting with entrepreneurs and developing comprehensive business support services to further their goals. As Chair of Next Niagara, Jessica promotes the retention of young professionals in the Niagara Region.
Julie has over 23 years of experience in developing programs and projects in the real estate environment. Specifically, she has been instrumental in developing sales, marketing, consulting, environmental, sustainability and energy conservation strategies. Addressing energy conservation and carbon management in her current role with BJC and previous positions with e3 Solutions & Direct Energy, Ms. Matthews truly realizes the benefits of taking on sustainability-minded
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Niagara Sustainability Initiative
"Supporting a thriving Niagara through education, outreach and support services for the environmental sustainability of our community."