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Telework and the Current Commute
Telework has impacted organizations along the I-494 corridor, the region and even the nation since March, and it looks likely to continue well into 2021. To get an idea about how commuters and employers feel about this year’s telework experiment, Commuter Services offers the free webinar, Telework and the Current Commute on Thursday, Dec. 3 from 12 - 1 p.m.

The kickoff of our new Twin Cities Telework webinar series, Telework and the Current Commute will draw on survey data gathered by Commuter Services to date. Join us to learn what commuters see as pros and cons to telework and get an idea of how employers might incorporate telework into future return to work plans.

Dec 3, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Melissa Madison
Executive Director @I-494 Corridor Commission and Commuter Services
Melissa Madison is the Executive Director of the I-494 Corridor Commission and Commuter Services and has worked with them for the past 17 years. She served 5 years on the national Board of Directors for the Association for Commuter Transportation and two years as President of their Midwest Chapter. She also served as the Vice Chair of the National Telework Council for six years until 2019.
Kate Meredith
Vice President @Commuter Services
Kate Meredith is currently Vice President of Commuter Services, after serving as its Director of Outreach for several years. She develops partnerships with employers and helps establish commute incentive programs for their staff. She is a longtime member of the Association for Commuter Transportation. Prior to Commuter Services, Kate worked for various non-profits in the Twin Cities area.
Michelle Leonard
Outreach and Programs Manager @Commuter Services
Outreach and Programs Manager Michelle Leonard joined Commuter Services in November 2019. A former newspaper reporter for publications in Dakota and Washington counties, Michelle has more than two decades of experience working with city, county and state agencies. She held the position of communications coordinator for the Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRiP) prior to coming to Commuter Services.