As a professional in Urban Planning Daniel Hewes makes sure to keep up with the latest trends in the industry while attending conferences and other relevant events in community engagement and environmental advocacy.
Throughout his career, Daniel Hewes has been actively involved in the community in a number of ways. He has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity as well as the People’s Hurricane Relief Fund. Additionally, he likes to stay involved in community affairs by attending and supporting events related to environmental policy and urban planning. Upcoming events and conferences he is currently looking forward to include: Boston Design Week, the 2018 National Planning Conference, and Imagine Boston 2030.
Urban Planning Events and Conferences
Boston Design Week
Each year, the Boston community puts together a week of events to raise awareness and appreciation for all aspects of design work throughout the city. In 2018, the city will celebrate its 5th annual Boston Design Week from April 4th through the 15th. Highlighted themes of this year’s events include:
- Urban Planning
- Historic Preservation
- Future City Design
- Sustainable Design
- Design and the Environment
- Design with a Social Purpose
- And More
2018 National Planning Conference (NPC18)
At the end of April 2018, the National Planning Conference will be held in New Orleans where thousands of students, planners, planning commissioners, and appointed and elected officials will gather to discuss new and fresh ideas related to innovative planning. With workshops, keynote speeches, and other educational sessions, Daniel Hewes has found NPC to be a great place for networking, finding mentors, and meeting planners from all across the globe.
Imagine Boston 2030
Imagine Boston 2030 has brought together over 15,000 individuals from the city to share their ideas and visions for the future of Boston. This collaboration combined with research and feedback from urban planning professionals will set up a strategic plan identifying initiatives and key actions that will help the city of Boston thrive in its 400th year and beyond.
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