Below are recordings of KMM webinars. To receive copies of the presentations given at each webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 20, 2020- Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Learn why public charging (especially fast charging) is important, the goals for public charging set by the new law, how to access generous state incentives for public chargers, and the potential role for municipalities in hosting public charging locations, from two of the industry’s leading experts, Mark Warner of Gabel Associates and Andrea Friedman of NJDEP. For copies of the presentation, please email us. This webinar was not recorded.
May 25, 2020- Safe Route to School; Active Communities Connect
We are all spending our time much differently than we imagined for this time of year, and as significant parts of our communities remain closed, many families are taking the opportunity to appreciate the outdoors in their neighborhoods and parks. This could have a positive and lasting impact on the physical and mental health of our communities. KMM and the NJ Safe Routes to School Resource Center have teamed up to provide families and communities with ideas and strategies to promote physical health and wellness from home. This webinar covers topics to support healthy and active learners, as well as strategies to sustain healthy habits into the next school year. Presented by Christopher Gonda, KMM’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator, and Trish Sanchez, Public Relations and Outreach Specialist at Voorhees Transportation Center/Public Outreach and Engagement Team, for the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
June 5, 2020 – Covid-19 Impact on the Workplace
Learn the tips, tools, and strategies implemented by Anthony DeGraw, CCFS and his team from Domain Computer Services on how this company adapted to remote working. This webinar also features mental health strategist Ken A. Verni from New Jersey Center for Mindful Awareness, who offers tactics on how to deal with work-related stress.
June 18, 2020 – Senior Shuttle. More than Transportation
In many communities, senior citizens rely on county or municipal shuttle services for shopping, social activities, medical appointments, and even dialysis. For many seniors, the shuttle is more than a ride. Particularly for those who live alone, that weekly grocery trip may be the only regular human contact a person has. What happens if a crisis forces services to be suspended? Learn about the impact of social isolation on health and the benefit of connectivity, and how Highland Park rallied the community to continue services for seniors. Presented by Karen Alexander of Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University, and Kim McGraw of Highland Park Boro.
June 25, 2020 – Maximizing Social Media Outreach
Learn how your non-profit, municipality or organization can enhance its outreach efforts through the development and implementation of an effective social media strategy as well as tools and programs that are free or low cost and easy to use. Presented by KMM Marketing Manager, Cristina Fowler and Greater Mercer TMA Marketing Coordinator, Julia Ibara.