Speaker: Alexandra Whittington
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed society, with a special emphasis on life at home. Now that we have entered the vaccination phase of the pandemic, what will become of the changes we have experienced? This webinar will explore possibilities and visions of the future of the home in the coming decade.
The sudden, drastic shifts COVID-19 has wrought on our lives will not be soon forgotten. It may leave such a mark so that future home buyers might be considered smart to consult a futurist on vital decisions about their home purchase. The experience might influence a new generation of homeowners to take pandemics, lockdown procedures, working from home, and remote learning into serious consideration in deciding on their future living environment. As we enter the post-pandemic period, we need to also become aware of different risks like climate change and automation impacting life at home.
Participants will learn about the trends, issues, black swans, challenges, and opportunities related to the home of the 2020s.
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Alexandra Whittington is an educator, writer, consultant, and researcher who has earned recognition as one of the world’s top women futurists. Alexandra is a lecturer at the University of Houston, where her students describe her as “passionate” about the future. Her research explores the impact of technology on society and the future of human ecosystems. She has published dozens of articles exploring diverse aspects of the future, often from a feminist perspective. Alex has co-authored/co-edited several books and article. She runs a futurist consultancy called Partners in Foresight offering customized future-oriented services and events.
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