Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion: Navigating Your Professional Path
Frontline Fundamentals - Free to Members!
Session Summary: Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) should be priorities within all parking, transportation, and mobility operations. More than ever before, realizing the value of different perspectives in the workplace is imperative. While there are many ways to maximize your professional growth, one should consider a deliberate focus, determination, and investment in yourself. Join industry experts Tiffany Peebles and Terrance Gilmore as they discuss resources and concepts they have experienced in their individual growth in this industry that may help you to navigate through this important issue.
Presenter: Tiffany Peebles
Tiffany Peebles is Director of the Parking Authority of River City in Louisville, Ky. She has worked for the parking authority for 24 years. She attributes her success as a leader to her exceptional staff, her focus on employee engagement, and her commitment to superior customer service. Her operations include 15 garages, three surface lots, and 4,800 on-street spaces. Her department recently earned IPMI APO Accreditation with Distinction. Tiffany is a member of various boards and organizations and in her free time, enjoys playing tennis. She loves parking, people, and living with a purpose.
Presenter: Terrance Gilmore
Terrance Gilmore is Senior Vice President for the Central East Coast with LAZ Parking. He is based in Philadelphia and oversees the Mid-Atlantic region, which currently includes more than 1,000 employees. He has vast experience in multiple silos, including medical services, hospitality, universities, and large-scale event management. Prior to joining LAZ, Terrance worked for InterPark, Inc. as Market Officer for the Philadelphia region, focusing on asset and yield management. He is involved with multiple civic and corporate associations and is an active member of the Philadelphia Parking Association.