Business Resiliency Virtual Discussion Series

Wildfires, Droughts, and Heat:
Impacts to Critical Infrastructure

When: May 19, 4:00 PM (EST)
Duration: 90 minutes
Cost: Complimentary
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Crisis managers in government and industry are facing increased threats from larger wildfires, extended droughts, and extreme heat that threaten critical infrastructure and communities on an increasing scale. These threats require industry and government to better coordinate and share timely information in order to effectively plan and respond.

During this second webinar in the Extreme Weather & Impacts on Critical Infrastructure series, you'll hear from experts from NASA and NOAA as they discuss their trusted data capabilities and how they can support industry and government with increased situational awareness and short- and long-term decision-making. This is critical when it comes to business continuity, risk assessments, and critical infrastructure investments. State and private sector experts will also provide their perspectives on how wildfires, droughts, and extreme heat continue to impact their planning and operational strategies, which can help you in your own preparedness efforts.

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Speakers:

Dave Jones: Moderator

CEO, StormCenter Communications, Inc.

Kelsey Satalino

Digital Communications Coordinator, NOAA's National Integrated Drought Information System

Joseph Conran

Economist, Performance, Risk, and Social Science Office, NOAA

Hunter Jones

Climate and Health Project Manager in NOAA’s Climate Program Office

David Green, PhD

Program Manager for Wildfires and Advisor for Disaster Risk Reduction & Resilience, NASA

Robert Crow

Director, Emergency Response & Crisis Management, AmerisourceBergen Corporation

Abby Browning

Private Sector/ NGO Coordination, Office of Emergency Services, Office of CA Governor Gavin Newsom 
Staff Augmentation
Emergency Management & Resources
Operational Training
Cross-Sector Interdependencies
Risk Mitigation
State / Local BEOC Support
Transportation / Resource Movement
GIS / Esri Solutions
Predictive Decision Making
Cyber Security Training / Solutions
Enterprise File Sync & Share
Logistics/Supply Chain
The All Hazards Consortium (AHC) invites you to participate in the 2021 National ResilienceEXCH (Exchange) Virtual Summit on January 26-28, 2021.

Over the course of three half-days, several hundred participants will learn, network, and collaborate with private sector critical infrastructure partners, state emergency managers, DHS/CISA, DHS/FEMA, trade associations, academia, industry, and research groups.

STRATEGIES - Day 1 will focus on resilience issues in industry and government and strategies to address them.

INITIATIVES - Day 2 will focus on resilience initiatives and projects

TRAINING - Day 3 will focus on training and education for resilience-related solutions, innovations, and research.
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Our virtual price is lower than our In-person price, plus…
● You don’t have to commute!
● No parking fees
● Don’t have to dress up (or even shower!)
● No waiting in line to check in

Tuition includes:
● Access to all sessions and breakout groups
● Access to sponsored chat session
● Access to all available training materials

Fees:
Private Sector: $245 ( regular $295 )
Government Employees: Complimentary
*** Early Bird Pricing Ends: December 15, 2020 ***
Government Employees: Complimentary

Why Attend AHC Events?

Training & Education

The AHC is dedicated to developing our leaders in government and industry.
Over the past 15 years, the AHC has had the pleasure of working with several thousand men and women who had acquired thousands of hours of experience and best practices. Additionally, they had families and loves ones who they cared deeply for that also required their time and energy.

So who cares for the leaders? Who encourages the leaders? Who helps the leaders learn new skills and strategies to become better "thinkers"? Better people? Better professionals? Who gets leaders connected to communities of other leaders facing the same challenges....so they can relate and share experiences, lessons learned and even some laughs?

The AHC's Board of Directors is planning unique content with unique partners, not available anywhere else, that will help leaders think about what they think about...to become happier, more effective, more powerful people.
  • ​Resilience requires partners that can provide guidance, essential data, assets, and tools for improved planning, response, and recovery. Innovative “exchange sessions” at this event will enable you to identify and connect with public and private sector stakeholders who can complement your efforts.
  • ​Learn how to access a private, nation-wide trusted community that plans and solves problems together. The vetted members of this peer group coordinate their research and investments. They have developed a proven process for validating government and industry data for improved decision-making.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Operational Decision Makers - Industry and government decision makers who are concerned about disaster preparedness, response, recovery, and data driven decision making
  • Utility operations and preparedness managers - Interested in new initiatives and technologies that can enhance their situational awareness 
  • Cybersecurity Professionals - Interested in post cyber-attack coordination with state agencies responsible for cyber threats to election systems, handling social media misinformation, and information sharing 
  • ​Researchers - Interested in discovering opportunities to transitions of commercialize their research with the private sector
  • State Private Sector Liaisons - Government PIO or BEOC representatives who work with state Emergency Operations Centers (EOC) and have interest in learning how to coordinate operationally with industry
  • ​Public Safety Officials & First Responders – Management level & operational public safety. Disciplines include Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, Search & Rescue, Public Health, etc.
  • GIS Practitioners – State GIS Coordinators/GIOs, GIS Technicians, Analysts, Specialists, GIS Managers, CTOs, IT Specialists, and Interoperability Coordinators.
  • Federal Agencies – FEMA HQ and Regions, FBI, NOAA, Depts. of Homeland Security, Justice, Commerce, Energy, Transportation, DOD, etc.
  • Disaster Planning & Logistics – Industry, State, Local and Federal agency planners, response & recovery, resource acquisitions and logistics
  • ​​Private Sector Solution Providers – Interested in creating awareness of their capabilities, services and solutions to industry and/or government.

Points of Contact:

Registration, Agenda, Speakers, Logistics:
Laura Johnson
Telephone: (301) 257-7439

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About Us: All Hazards Consortium, a 501(c)(3) organization, fosters an environment where industry and government can collaborate on cross-sector issues, explore interdependencies, broaden situational awareness, lower operational risks, prioritize investments and enhance infrastructure security and resilience via public/private planning, training, exercises and research.
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