Day 2 Keynote
AEC Industry Panel
Sponsored by Autodesk
Discover how improved integration can foster greater collaboration and drive better project outcomes, including more sustainable, equitable, and resilient solutions, in this dynamic keynote panel sponsored by Autodesk. The panel will include Amy Bunszel, EVP of AEC Design Solutions at Autodesk as moderator, and feature Robin Carnahan, Administrator of the General Services Administration; Jennifer Devlin-Herbert, FAIA, President and CEO of EHDD; and Eric Lamb, Board of Directors at DPR Construction.
Amy Bunszel, EVP, AEC Design Solutions at Autodesk
Amy has 20+ years of experience in product management and innovation, and she drives strategy for Autodesk’s 3D design portfolio. She transformed AutoCAD into a modern multiplatform offering and leads global teams in delivering widely adopted desktop, web, and mobile apps. Amy holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from Cornell University and is a member of the President’s Council for Cornell Women and The Athena Alliance.
Robin Carnahan, Administrator of the General Services Administration
Robin Carnahan is the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), leading efforts to deliver value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to the government. She previously served as Missouri’s Secretary of State and is nationally recognized as a government technology leader. Carnahan has expertise in modernizing technology and improving customer-facing digital services for federal, state, and local government agencies. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from William Jewell College and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.
Jennifer Devlin-Herbert, FAIA, President & CEO of EHDD
Jennifer Devlin-Herbert, FAIA, joined EHDD in 1994. She was the firm’s first woman partner and is now its first woman CEO. Under her leadership, the firm embraces design-led collaboration at every level. Rallying people around common goals, she elicits deep engagement from clients, building users, communities, and project team members. She previously served as president of AIA San Francisco, where she championed programs around sustainability and the 2030 Challenge, and co-chair of the 2009 AIASF Legacy Project.
Eric Lamb, Board of Directors, DPR Construction
Eric Lamb joined DPR in 1990 as a founding Management Committee member. He has been instrumental in setting up preconstruction processes that serve as a foundation for DPR today. After working on the leadership team for 30 years, he now serves on the board of directors and identifies new opportunities to increase efficiencies in project delivery. Passionate about developing new ways to solve problems, particularly at the intersection of process, technology, and projects, Eric is a leader with DPR’s Corporate Venture Capital firm, WND Ventures, which is focused on the future of the AEC industry.
Friday, June 9, 8:30am