A microcosm of five generations -- from Traditionalist to Generation Z -- had much to learn from Dr. Michael Frost, and each other, during the opening session of the SNEAPPA Summer Meeting at Miss Hall's School.   Touching upon some of the strengths (and, OK, some weaknesses, too!) generally defined by the characteristics of age associated within each category, Dr. Frost led the interactive session with insight for "a-ha" moments and lots of humor as we all acknowledged the stylistic labels of our respective generations.  He shares his presentation, The Future with Millennial Leadership, to continue the understanding, respect, and contributions of individuals in leadership, and life, as culture shifts evolve. 

In the second presentation, Making Your Facility Condition Assessment a Living Document, Philip Conte, AIA, NCARB, and Pam Babuca, ALEP, ASID, of Studio JAED Architects & Engineers shared the results of the FCA assessment conducted by Miss Hall's School.  By defining and communicating the reasons, goals, timelines, processes + priorities, and deliverables for a campus assessment, institutions can begin to adopt a more preemptive approach to maintain and expand campus infrastructure to meet future needs. 

We look forward to seeing you at our next SNEAPPA meeting -- mark your calendars for March 12, 2020 at the University of Massachusetts / Lowell in Lowell, MA.  Additional details will be posted at www.sneappa.org as they become available.