Partner David Sanders discussed with DCA Live founder and CEO Doug Anderson how he is navigating working remotely and family life during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Sanders said he sees several new opportunities and ventures that might be created out of the health crisis including a greater acceptance of telehealth platforms, a permanent bump for life sciences companies and a permanent increase in the use of online learning platforms and video communication platforms.
Sanders told Anderson that several things are helping him maintain morale and productivity through this crisis, including “Weekly group calls; Foley’s Daily News featuring tips on remote working and occasional comic relief regarding the current situation; calls with team members at least every other day to maintain personal contact and physical activity.”
And the one thing he is looking forward to once it’s safe to resume normal life? Playing ice hockey
DCA Live hosts events that engage the people and companies that are driving growth in the Washington, D.C. economy and counts over 12,000 business professionals as members since it was created in 2014.
The entire profile was shared on Anderson’s LinkedIn.
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