For consideration on your calendars:
May 6, 3 pm ET – ALN Th@3 pm ET with Peter Kohler. See more below in People.
May 11, 6 pm ET – A Global Discussion on Value from Asset Management
May 19, 4 pm ET – Four Questions that Transformed Municipal Asset Management
May 23, 4 pm ET – Value and Benefits from Asset Management – Electric Utilities
May 24 – 26 ALN 2022 Spring Summit: Microgrid Asset Leadership
See more below in upcoming events:
A virtual CAMPUS for Asset Management (AM) practitioners to provide visibility into the adoption of AM in US organizations.
Peter Kohler, has provided keen insights to ALN events and is a driving force behind the Value and Benefits from Asset Leadership web series co-host with Australia’s Asset Management Council. Mr. Kohler’s participation in ALN Th@3 pm ET this week will focus on why the co-hosted web series matters and why next week’s A Global Discussion on Value from Asset Management is so important at this juncture in the evolution of asset management around the world. Register for ALN Th@3 pm ET at this link. Register for A Global Discussion on Value from Asset Management at this link.
Harvard Addresses its Legacy of Slavery
Last week, the oldest and most prestigious institute of higher learning in the U.S. issued a report that it benefited from slavery and is acting to corrective actions. The Report states that the Legacy includes “…vestiges of slavery and resistance to racial oppression during the early 20th century.” Such actions contributed to the systematic reduction of opportunity and wealth accumulation of African Americans. See the full report at this link. The report conclusion states “…an institution entangled with American slavery and its legacies … is now reckoning with this past and seeking to make amends for these wrongs.” Perhaps the Nation can learn from its oldest and most prestigious institute of higher education and determine how to manage its assets in a more just and equitable manner.
Marc Morial’s Opening Comments to Advancing Equity with Asset Leadership
In light of Harvard’s report on its Legacy of Slavery, it is appropriate to review first ALN Advancing Equity with Asset Leadership web program featuring Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League and former Mayor of New Orleans. See the video at this link. Mr. Morial’s call for equitable decision making related to distribution of government assets is critical to improving the lives of all citizens. It is reassuring to know that the ALN continues to keep equity in the forefront of discussions about asset leadership and asset management in the U.S. and with our global colleagues.
LIVE Here Every Thursday at 3pm Eastern
Peter Kohler, Director of The Asset Management College
Dharmen Dhaliah, Senior Manager, Climate Change and Asset Manager, City of Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada
Dr. Dorothy Robyn, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy
David Totman, Innovyze Thought Leader Strategy
Chris Chen, Executive Director, Asset Management Ontario
A Global Discussion on Value in Asset Management
May 11 at 6 pm Eastern Time
Part of the Value and Benefits of Asset Management web series with our Australian colleagues Peter Kohler and Sally Nugent of AM Reflections, this web program will be a discussion on why value matters and how to address value in terms of asset management. Joining Mr. Kohler and Ms. Nugent will be the ALN’s Jack Kelly and Mike Bordenaro. Register at this link.
Four Questions that Transformed Municipal Asset Management
May 19 at 4 pm Eastern Time
The Municipal Asset Leadership Web Series with ALN Organizational Member Assetic continues as Melissa Osborne discusses the tremendous success of Windsor, Ontario’s asset management initiatives. Assetic Founder Ashay Prabhu will lead the discussion. Register at this link.
Value and Benefits from Asset Management – Electric Utilities
May 23 at 4 pm Eastern Time
Bonneville Power Administration and Energy Australia will present case studies of their asset management successes, challenges, and lessons learned. Register here.
ALN Spring 2022 Web Summit: Microgrid Asset Leadership
May 24 – 26
Microgrids can help address growing electric demands. Asset Management can help Microgrids be successful. Join the discussions of what makes for good Microgrids and the asset management principles at play.
May 24 – 3 pm ET – ALN April 2022 Roundtable: Microgrids
May 25 – 1 pm ET – Microgrid BIMStorm Interactive Workshop
May 25 – 3 pm ET – ALN Microgrid BIMStorm Presentation
May 26 – 3 pm ET – ALN Th@3 pm ET with Dorothy Robyn