Municipal Asset Leadership Web Series

Bringing a World of Experience to U.S. Local Governments

The Asset Leadership Network and Member Organization Assetic are pleased to present a series of web programs showing case studies from municipalities around the world that are leading to improved asset management in the U.S.

How the U.S. can Benefit from International Approaches to Asset Management
March 2 at 3 pm Eastern

Ashay Prabhu, Founder and President of Assetic by Dude Solutions, will describe and model proven infrastructure asset management strategic approaches that maximize financial value in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States and elsewhere. The U.S. can consider this model when addressing IIJA fund distributions.

Learning from the City of Greater Geelong, Australia
March 8 at 3 pm Eastern

Michelle Walker, City Manager, City of Greater Geelong, Australia will discuss balancing municipal needs with restricted federal, state, and local resources to achieve maximum value for citizens. Ms. Walker has focused on municipal asset management for the past 14 years after being a Senior Engineer in the Australian Department of Transport and Main Roads. She will discuss the success achieved with intentional federal and local asset management integration.

Four Questions that Transformed Municipal Asset Management
April 13 at 3 pm Eastern – Windsor, Canada

Melissa Osborne, Senior Manager of Asset Planning, City of Windsor will discuss the four key questions asked in 2010 that helped tear down silos, deliver progressive wins, established understanding of Asset Management value, and ultimately led to a dedicated tax for sustaining existing assets.