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IPS22660: Session MGMT: Visualization for Stakeholder Buy-in

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With intuitive visualization tools like Fusion 360, Infraworks 360 and FormIT, you can create compelling visuals in under an hour to share with investors, partners and stakeholders to build understanding, excitement and buy-in.

Speakers

Speakers

Anthony Caputo

With 18 years of experience, Tony Caputo is a principal and the practice leader of design for Array Architects. His career has focused on the development of architecture and major public spaces that have a thoughtful level of detail and craft. That dedication is seen through his multitude of successful, award-winning projects—throughout the country and abroad. Each project, being significant in scope and complexity, has a genesis rooted to its core in sustainable principles with a longer view toward the community it serves. Caputo brings hands-on technological capabilities with a unique ability to quickly represent potential, transformative solutions. In addition to his well-rounded expertise, Caputo offers a depth of understanding, designing projects that carefully balance operational efficiencies, building performance, and fiscal realities, while delivering the emotional poetry of inspiring design.

Michael Chavez

Michael is currently an Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow. As a Rose Fellow, Michael is working with the Fairmount/Indigo Line CDC Collaborative (http://fairmountcollaborative.org) to spearhead a sustainable, smart growth agenda along the 9-mile Fairmount commuter rail line in Boston, MA. The line runs through some of the City’s most impoverished and predominantly minority neighborhoods in Dorchester, Mattapan and Hyde Park. The Collaborative seeks to enhance these communities through developing affordable housing as well as bringing economic opportunities, streetscape improvements, and other amenities to the residents. Michael is working to increase the Collaborative’s capacity to engage its constituent neighborhoods in the design process for the transit-oriented development and will help demonstrate the positive impacts of holistic design on low-income neighborhoods to funders and policy-makers.

Other professional experience includes five years with YouthBuild Boston (YBB) as the Director of Project Development & Management with tasks that included project development & management, community liason, oversight of YBB's Designery and uBuild programs, leading sustainability initiatives, and much more. Michael also worked for several years in Albuquerque-area nonprofits.

Michael is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico and has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design with an emphasis in Landscape Architecture from the University of New Mexico's School of Architecture and Planning and a Master of Architecture from the Boston Architectural College in Boston, Massachusetts. He is also a LEED AP.

Aaron Latzke

Michael is currently an Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow. As a Rose Fellow, Michael is working with the Fairmount/Indigo Line CDC Collaborative (http://fairmountcollaborative.org) to spearhead a sustainable, smart growth agenda along the 9mile Fairmount commuter rail line in Boston, MA. The line runs through some of the City’s most impoverished and predominantly minority neighborhoods in Dorchester, Mattapan and Hyde Park. The Collaborative seeks to enhance these communities through developing affordable housing as well as bringing economic opportunities, streetscape improvements, and other amenities to the residents. Michael is working to increase the Collaborative’s capacity to engage its constituent neighborhoods in the design process for the transitoriented development and will help demonstrate the positive impacts of holistic design on lowincome neighborhoods to funders and policymakers.

Other professional experience includes five years with YouthBuild Boston (YBB) as the Director of Project Development & Management with tasks that included project development & management, community liason, oversight of YBB's Designery and uBuild programs, leading sustainability initiatives, and much more. Michael also worked for several years in Albuquerquearea nonprofits.

Michael is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico and has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design with an emphasis in Landscape Architecture from the University of New Mexico's School of Architecture and Planning and a Master of Architecture from the Boston Architectural College in Boston, Massachusetts. He is also a LEED AP.

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  • 2016
  • IPS22660
  • AU Las Vegas, Impact Summit