Event Details
Date: 06.24.2020
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am

2020-06-24 8:00:00 2020-06-24 9:00:00 America/Los_Angeles COVID 19- A Phased Approach to Returning to Schools Webinar WEBINAR IFMASV info@ifmasv.org
Event Type:
Special Event
Event Title:
COVID 19- A Phased Approach to Returning to Schools Webinar
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COVID 19- A Phased Approach to Returning to Schools Webinar

Joint meeting with New York Chapter of IFMA!

Join IFMA NYC, Silicon Valley Chapters, Academic Facilities Council for a phased approach on returning to schools. Facilities leaders from NYC and Northern CA colleges as well CA's state lead school system will be leading a panel discussion and sharing their plans and ideas for adapting to COVID-19 on their campuses.


Jolie Lucas is currently the Strategic Facilities Planner for General Atomics in San Diego, California. She is a certified planner and certified facility manager (AICP and CFM), as well as a LEED Accredited Professional and certified charrette facilitator. In addition to her role as Academic Outreach Committee Chair of the San Diego Chapter, Jolie is a past president and current board member of the Academic Facilities Council of IFMA. She has nearly 30 years of facilities planning and facilities management experience for private companies and as a consultant for various government agencies. Her projects have included master plans, facilities assessments, funding documentation and the development of space requirements for campuses, military bases and cities.



Denise Vieni - Director of Operations Facilities Management St. Francis College (NY)

Denise Vieni is a Director of Operations at St. Francis College with over 21 years of experience in Facilities and Property Management, Strategic Leadership and Operations Management. Ms. Vieni works at St. Francis College, her Alma Mater where she holds a high visibility throughout the college as an integral member of the college’s Facilities Management Team, oversees and manages day to day maintenance, physical appearance of the physical plant, and manages operational staff and budget. Other companies Denise has had a role in Facilities Management include Cushman & Wakefield, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Amerigroup and Health Plus. Her hobbies include traveling, cooking and journaling.


Steve Greenwood

MBA, CFM, SFP, FMP, LEED-AP Director of Physical Plant, University of Pacific (CA)

Greenwood brings over 30 years of experience in facility management, finance/budget analysis, accounting, and safety and security. He is currently the Director of Physical Plant for the University of the Pacific. He has experience in both the private and public sectors, United States Air Force, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the City of Sacramento, American Honda Motors, and Aspire Public Schools. He also serves as an instructor for UC Berkeley Extension, teaching several courses leading to a Facility Management certification. Greenwood earned his bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting from Humphreys College and his Master of Business Administration from the University of the Pacific, and is currently working on his D.Ed. in Educational Leadership. He also holds Certified Facility Manager, Sustainable Facility Professional, and Facility Management Professional designations from the International Facility Management Association and is an IFMA certified Instructor.


Jonathon Abreu - Director of Facilities LIM College (NY)


Ron Kalich

MBA, CFM, SFP, CMA Director, Facilities and Asset Management Capital Asset Strategies & Finance University of California, Office of the President. (CA)

Ron Kalich is a transformational Real Estate and Facilities Management leader and operational executive delivering extraordinary, bottom-line results in real estate, communications, health care, higher education, and utilities industries.
He currently serves as the Director of Facilities and Asset Management for the University of California Office of the President. The UC system is the nation’s preeminent public research university including ten campuses, five medical centers, three affiliated national laboratories, and statewide agriculture and natural resources program, whose building portfolio exceeds 140 million square feet in over 6,000 buildings, and comprising 280,000 students, 227,000 faculty and staff and operating budget of $36.5 billion.