Roadmap to Recovery : Tips for Returning to the Workplace
TSHE Meeting and Webinar, June 12th, 2020 from 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Join healthcare facility professionals online as we break down the workplace by specific area to present different strategies that can be implemented based upon how they function in preparation for “Day One” or “Phase One” back in the physical office environment. We will offer tips for helping your employees feel safe, welcome, and healthy within the workplace, now and into the future.
Special thanks to our webinar host, Champlin Architecture.
This event is free to TSHE members, $75 for healthcare facility non-members, and $125 for supplier non-members. These are the same prices as our annual membership, so we encourage you to join first so you can get all of the great TSHE benefits. Register now.
Our speakers are:
Christy Dakin, LEED AP, NCIDQ
Nobody values client relationships like Christy. As an interior designer and the firm’s workplace market leader, Christy specializes in helping her clients utilize space to reflect their unique corporate identities and cultures, resulting in an inclusive and collaborative design process. With her passion for space planning and design, she has the ability to organize spaces while creating impactful interior environments. She is a member of CREW, serving on the Special Events Committee, and a graduate of ArtWave’s Business on Board program, serving a three year term on the arts board for Manifest, a creative research gallery and drawing center. When she is not designing workplaces for Champlin’s clients, Christy spends her free time as an active dance mom, a school classroom volunteer, and practicing her photography skills. She is also involved with Center Pointe Christian Church assisting with the children’s ministry program, NextGen, and with Cinderella’s Closet.
Krutarth Jain, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP
Kru is an Architect and a Principal at Champlin Architecture. He brings knowledge of architecture and planning to many award-winning and innovative projects across all of Champlin’s project niches, including healthcare. He is a leader in technology; a continual advocate for the advancement of building materials and systems, sustainability, and user satisfaction. Before joining Champlin he worked at the University of Cincinnati, Division of Campus Planning and Architecture. He is a member of the AIA, APA, TSHE and USGBC. Krutarth is heavily invested in bettering the Cincinnati community, and he plays an active role through his work inside and outside of Champlin. He serves on the Board of Findlay Market, American Institute of Architects, Hamilton County Economic Inclusion Council and Indian American Chamber of Commerce. He is one of the founders of Clifton Cultural Arts Center. Kru lives in Wyoming, Ohio with his wife and two daughters. He is a proud Bearcat alumnus and enjoys coaching the Wyoming Middle School Lacrosse team.