May 6 luncheon: Post-pandemic and beyond — what will Utah’s new future look like?

What will Utah be like 1 year after COVID-19? What about 10, or even 30 years? Tune in on May 6 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. as local nonprofit Envision Utah dives into the future with the help of an expert panel. The discussion will focus on questions like:

  • Are crowds at ski resorts, camp sites, and national parks just something we’re going to have to get used to?
  • Will our housing ever be affordable again?
  • Is the “Zoom Town” phenomenon temporary or a harbinger of things to come?
  • Will we all be telecommuting and riding in self-driving flying cars in the future? If so, what does that mean for how we’ll live?

This event is free, but attendees can still get lunch if they purchase a ticket. Each ticket comes with a DoorDash credit. Click here to RSVP.

Envision Utah’s expert panel includes:

  • Natalie Gochnour, Associate Dean, David Eccles School of Business | Director, Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, U of U
  • Nico Larco, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, University of Oregon
  • Taylor Mammen, Chief Executive Officer, RCLCO Fund Advisors
  • Brad Wilson, Speaker, Utah House of Representatives

Attendees also have the opportunity to weigh in on which questions will be discussed during the event. Click here for the brief survey.

Envision Utah is a nonprofit that brings Utahns together to address Utah’s biggest challenges including education, air quality, transportation, water resources, disaster resilience, and more.