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EVs and Charging at the Workplace
Welcome to Electrify Your Ride Week 2020 - a full week of electric vehicle online events from September 27th through October 3rd!

These online events are open to EV owners, EV advocates, and the EV curious alike. We’ll hear from a wide range of panelists, from experts in the industry to your neighbor who drives electric. Thought-provoking conversations, opportunities to connect, and EV myth-busting are all on the menu.

For this session we'll be focusing on workplace charging. More and more businesses are offering charging EV infrastructure to their employees and customers, and they're reaping the rewards. Find out why this makes good business sense and how your company or your employer can make EVs more accessible.

Sep 30, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kelly Yearick
Program Manager @Forth
Kelly is a Program Manager at Forth where she leads programs to boost electric vehicle adoption and access to shared electric transportation. Her experience at Forth includes managing large Federal and State-funded projects with diverse stakeholder groups. Kelly leads Forth’s workplace engagement program in Oregon, as well as in several cities in other states under the Bloomberg American Climate Cities Challenge. Kelly holds a Master’s in Environmental Management and Sustainability from Portland State University, a B.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and sits on the board of Solar Oregon.
Eric Smith
Regional Sales Manager (Pacific NW, Hawaii and Western Canada) @SemaConnect
Eric Smith is an EV advocate and Regional Sales Manager at SemaConnect. As a 3-Time EV owner, he’s been driving electric since 2012. In his role with SemaConnect, Eric has helped to provide 3,200+ EV charging stations for Commercial Property EV Charging Station Projects and works to educate Commercial Real Estate Execs on EV Industry trends. His passion is helping countless numbers of drivers switch from gas cars to EVs.