Trane Technologies Healthy Spaces Podcast Season 2 Episode 5: The Show Must Go On
Sports and entertainment venues were among the first to close their doors at the outset of the pandemic, and often the last to open up. During that down-time, venue owners and operators researched ways to minimize the spread of the virus and transition facilities to protect the health and wellbeing of staff and guests. The time-tested mantra that “the show must go on” never rang more true with a goal to get people who work in the sports and entertainment sector back on the job - and to bring people back together to enjoy their favorite pastimes once more.
In this episode of Healthy Spaces with Trane Technologies, Melanie Koch, director of commercial at the International WELL Building Institute, shares what she learned as she partnered with different venues over the last couple of years and how her organization is helping facilities prepare and communicate the steps they have taken.
Season 2, Episode 5: The Show Must Go On
Duration: 23 minutes
About the host, Rasha Hasaneen:
Rasha Hasaneen is the vice president of innovation and product excellence for Trane Technologies. She is a seasoned executive and innovation leader with a proven track record in product management, product marketing, engineering, strategy, planning and lean thinking. Over a series of leadership roles for GE, SAP, Hitachi, Lucent Technologies and GM, Rasha developed a keen sense of transforming the customer experience through data-driven solutions. Throughout her career, she has consistently leveraged her technical and business background to bridge the gap between market expectations and technology solutions in engineering-driven companies.
Rasha also leads the Center for Healthy & Efficient Spaces, coordinating with internal and external advisory councils and technology partners. In leading both innovation and CHES, she is the focal point for Trane Technologies on topics of indoor environmental quality, and brings innovative thinking and a customer-focused approach to this critical business sector.