2022 National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit
January 25-27, 2022
12:30pm - 6:00pm EST (each day)
ResilienceEXCH 2022
A new environment for joint problem-solving and collaborative research to produce solutions that can reduce your risks and increase resilience.
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The All Hazards Consortium (AHC) invites you to participate in the 2022 National ResilienceEXCH (Exchange) Virtual Summit on January 25-27, 2022.

Over the course of three half-days, several hundred participants will learn, network, and collaborate with private sector critical infrastructure partners, state and local emergency managers, DHS/CISA, DHS/FEMA/FMCSA, 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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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

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 loved ones who they cared deeply for that also required their time and...

This unique, one-of-a-kind cross-sector forum is designed to help participants to: 

● Create increased awareness of cross-sector vulnerabilities and inter-dependencies in supply chains to ensure the security and reliability of our nation's critical functions and systems.

● Understanding key risk considerations and risk reduction strategies to protect your employees, contractors, customers, supply chains, and communities.

● Become equipped with new ideas, approaches, and perspectives that will inspire you to immediately apply what you have learned to your day-to-day activities.

● Be exposed to new solutions and initiatives that will help shape your planning and partner development efforts for 2022.

See what our past summit attendees say...

Bethany W. Elliott
State Private Sector Liaison, 
Alabama Emergency Management Agency

"As a State Private Sector Liaison, any opportunity to connect with public and private emergency management professionals from across the nation is invaluable to me. 

The All Hazards National ResilienceEXCH Summit gave me a chance to learn from the success stories of others, gave me ideas on new approaches to try in our state, and introduced me to products and services that could be game changers in our preparedness and response efforts. 

The format was great...
...The summit was without a doubt the best virtual conference I’ve attended. 

I’m already looking forward to next year’s event."

Dave Jones
CEO, StormCenter Communications, Inc.

"The breadth of expertise at the ResilienceExchange2021 Summit was amazing. It is critical that data sharing and collaboration across sectors is needed to power our economy and accelerate readiness and recovery from hazards. It was great to have presented and even better to have participated. The SISE is the information sharing model of the future."

Anthony Hurley

Critical Preparedness, LLC, Former Operations Executive, First Energy, Retired from the electric sector after 37 years

Past Registrants Include:

● Alabama Emergency Management Agency
● American Logistics Aid Network
● American Red Cross
● AmerisourceBergen Corporation
● Automated Reports & Consolidated Ordering System
● Bent Ear Solutions LLC
● California Resiliency Alliance
● City and County of Denver
● County of Chester
● Currituck County
● District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department
● Department of Homeland Security
● Department of Emergency and Customer Communications (DECC)
● Department of Homeland Security, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency
● District Department of Transportation
● District of Columbia Department of Public Works
● District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency
● Duke Energy
● Edison Electric Institute
● Energy Marketers Association of America
● Federal Emergency Management Agency
● Governor Kay Ivey's Cabinet
● Healthcare Ready
● Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency
● Honolulu Board of Water Supply
● Idaho National Laboratory
● Indiana Department of Homeland Security
● King County Emergency Management
● Law Enforcement Coordination Center (Department of Justice)
● Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company
● Maryland Department of Transportation
● Maryland Department of the Environment
● Maryland Emergency Management Agency
● Maryland State Highway Administration
● Michigan Department of Transportation
● The National Aeronautics and Space Administration
● Edison Electric Institute
● North Carolina Emergency Management
● North Carolina Emergency Management Association
● North Carolina Emergency Management
● North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority
● Pennsylvania Department of Health-Bureau of Emergency Preparedness and Response
● Pennsylvania Department of Emergency Management Association
● Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
● Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
● South Central Pennsylvania Task Force
● StormCenter Communications, Inc.
● The Food Industry Association
● Transportation Security Administration
● United States Navy
● University of Nebraska at Omaha
● Virginia Department of Emergency Management
● Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services

Why a Virtual Summit?

It is important we all stay safe and practice social distancing to beat COVID-19. This doesn’t mean that you have to put your professional development and engagement with others on hold. We can connect virtually with the high-quality programming you’ve come to expect from All Hazards Consortium and its partner organizations in government and the private sector including power, fuel, transportation, telecommunications, food, medical, water, retails, finance, pharmaceutical, information technology, and supply chain related sectors.

How it Works – Before the Summit

How it Works – During the Summit

  • Be ready to use ZOOM as the platform. We encourage you to log in with a camera-enabled device if you would like to take advantage of the interactive sessions.
  • Connect by asking questions, answering live polls, and chatting with presenters and other participants.
  • Learn about the industry’s top vendors serving industry and government through our virtual reception.
  • ​Complete the Post Summit survey with your feedback.
  • ​All registrants will have an opportunity to purchase access to session recordings to view at a later date via an All Access Pass offer.

2022 Summit Executive Steering Committee

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Tom Moran

Executive Director, 
All Hazards Consortium

Laura Schepis

Edison Electric Institute, Electricity Sub-Sector Coordinating Council

Denise Anderson

President, Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Persia Payne-Hurley

Private Sector Manager & BEOC Coordinator, North Carolina  Department of Emergency Management Association

Nicolette Louissaint

Executive Director,
Healthcare Ready

Chris McIntosh

Chief Executive Officer, 
Bent Ear Solutions LLC

David Vanderbloemen

Principal Consultant at DV Consulting, LLC & Retired, Electric Sector

Marvin Goldberg

President and CEO, Independence Group Holdings and Associates Inc.

Chad Ross

Manager, Industry Relations & Total Store Collaboration, The Food Industry Association

Carlos D. Torres

Independent Consultant/Experienced Utility-Emergency Management Executive

Bethany Elliott

Program Support Specialist, Alabama State Private Sector Liaison

Molly Dougherty

External Affairs & Private Sector Liaison, Pennsylvania Department of Emergency Management Association

Mike Sprayberry

Director, North Carolina Emergency Management

Jim Nowak

Sr. Director, Operations, Products & Services, ARCOS

Greg McShane

Program Management Analyst, Integrated Operations Division, DHS CISA

National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit, January 25-27, 2022 

DAY 1 – Tuesday, January 25, 2022
12:30PM – 6:00PM EST

How has the definition of resliency has changed over the past year? 

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5:30-6:00 PM - Optional Virtual Networking Reception / End of Day One

DAY 2 – Wednesday, January 26, 2022
12:30PM – 6:00PM EST

What’s being done (projects and initiatives) to strengthen resiliency? 

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DAY 3 – Thursday, January 27, 2022
12:30PM – 6:00PM EST

How can you learn from the available solutions (or those that are being produced?)
How can you address resiliency challenges moving forward?

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Operational Resiliency / Research in Critical Infrastructure
Moderated by Cherrie Black, Idaho National Laboratory
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Cyber and Data Security
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Crisis Management within the "Lifeline" Sectors
Moderated by Laura Schepis, Jacksonville Electric Authority
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TRACK 2 - Cyber and Data Security

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2:20-2:30 PM - Virtual Break 
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4:10-4:20 PM - Virtual Break 
TRACK 1 - Operational Resiliency / Research in Critical Infrastructure
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5:20-5:30 PM - Closing Remarks and Virtual Conference Adjourn/ End of Day Three

Contact Us 

●  For speaker and logistics inquiries: Laura.Johnson@AHCUSA.org
●  For sponsorship inquiries: Laura.Johnson@AHCUSA.org
●  For partnership inquiries: Tom.Moran@AHCUSA.org
●  For registration and IT-related inquiries: summit-support@ahcusa.zendesk.com or click on the yellow support button in lower right hand corner of this page. 

Speakers

Tom Moran

Executive Director,
All Hazards Consortium (AHC)

Laura Johnson

Director of Conferences & Events,
All Hazards Consortium 

Kevin Morley

Manager, Federal Relations, AWWA Government Affairs Office

Nicolette Louissaint

Executive Director,
Healthcare Ready

Bethany Eliott

State Private Sector Liaison, 
Alabama Emergency Management Agency

Carrie Trapasso

GIS Manager,
Bent Ear Solutions LLC

Robert Crow

Director, Emergency Response and Crisis Management at AmerisourceBergen Corp.

Dave Jones

CEO,
StormCenter Communications, Inc.

Laura Schepis

Edison Electric Institute,
Electricity Sub-Sector Coordinating Council

Sherri Stone

Vice President,
Energy Marketers of America

Persia Payne-Hurley

Private Sector Manager & BEOC Coordinator, North Carolina Department of Emergency Management Association

Molly Dougherty

External Affairs & Private Sector Liaison,
Pennsylvania Department of Emergency Management Association

Monika Stoeffl

Executive Director,
California Resiliency Alliance

Chris Geldart

Director,
DC Department of Public Works

Abby Browning

Chief, Office of Private Sector / NGO Coordination, Governor's Office of Emergency Services

Jeffrey A. Thomas

Executive Deputy Director, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Association

Doug Baker

Vice President, Industry Relations,
The Food Industry Association (FMI)

Gregory McShane, CBCP

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Integrated Operations Division at the Department of Homeland Security

Hailey Siple

Manager, National Security Policy 
Edison Electric Institute

Chris McIntosh

Chief Executive Officer, 
Bent Ear Solutions LLC

Kathy Fulton

Executive Director,
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN)

Chris Vaughn

Geospatial Information Officer,
Federal Emergency Management Association

Tim Klett

Control Systems Security Specialist,
Idaho National Laboratory

Brian Hastings

Director, 
Governor Kay Ivey's Cabinet

George Giangi

Chair, Business, Industry & Infrastructure,
South Central Pennsylvania Task Force

Kari Hicks

Sr. Geographic Information System Analyst, Duke Energy

Carmela Hinderaker

Sr. Director, Business Continuity & Customer Support, C&S Family of Companies

Kelly McKinney

Emergency Manager,
NYU Langone Health

Michael Overton

Geospatial Technology Development Lead,
Idaho National Lab

Denise Anderson

President and CEO, Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Patrick T. Shull

Director, Safety, Security and Risk Assessment Harrisburg Property Services LLC

Mike Sprayberry

Director, North Carolina Emergency Management 

Mary Lasky

Program Manager, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Steve Swick

Chief Security Officer,
American Electric Power

Joe Viens

Communications, Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Sarah Bigham

Research and Education ISAC

Sam Visner

Board Member, Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Andrew Dolan

Multi-State ISAC

Tom Fanning

President & CEO, 
Southern Company

Tom Farmer

Assistant Vice President - Security, Association of American Railroads

Ralph F. Ley

Department Manager, Workforce Development and Training, Idaho National Laboratory

Dr. Shane D. Stailey

Senior Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Professional, Idaho National Laboratory

Richard Krieg

Editor, Journal,
Critical Infrastructure Policy

David Winks

Chief Science Officer,
Renewable Energy Aggregators

Adrienne Lotto

Senior Director, Energy Security & Resilience Programs, New York Power Authority

 Ollie Gagnon

Chief Strategist and Relationship Manager, Idaho National Laboratory

Bob Kolasky

Director, National Risk Management Center, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Sam Rozenberg

Sr. Director, Security and Resilience, American Public Power Association

Matt Morrison

CEO, Pacific Northwest
Economic Region

Mike Hamilton

CISSP, CISO, President, and Founder of CI Security

Eric Holdeman

Director, Center for Regional Disaster Resilience

David Terry

Executive Director, National Association of State Energy Officials

Anthony Hurley

Consultant, Utilities and Critical Infrastructure, Emergency Management & Physical Security Professional

Bill Nelson

Chair and CEO,
Global Resilience Federation

Alisha King

Emergency Manager, Washington Technology Solutions

Brian Tishuk

Executive Director, Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council

Dave Vanderbloemen

CEO, DV Consulting, Former Dominion Energy Operational Executive

Mike Zapponne

Chair,
Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group

Rick Driggers

Assistant Director,
Integrated Operations Division, DHS CISA

Amanda Sramek

Manager, Security,
American Gas Association

John Molnar

Director, Program Management Office
All Hazards Consortium

Channing Spencer

Cyber and Infrastructure Security Assistant,  Edison Electric Institute

Philip J. Palin

Supply Chain Resilience, Catastrophe Preparedness, Private-Public Relationships

Persia Payne-Hurley

Private Sector Manager & BEOC Coordinator, North Carolina Emergency Management

Sherri Stone

Vice President,
Energy Marketers of America

Doug Baker

Vice President, Industry Relations, Food Industry Association

Robert Crow

Director, Global Business Resilience, AmerisourceBergen Corporation

Denise Anderson

President and CEO, Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Kelly McKinney

Emergency Manager,
NYU Langone Medical Center

Dr. Michael Brennan

Branch Chief, Hurricane Specialist Unit, National Hurricane Center

Gregory C. McShane

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Integrated Operations Division at the Department of Homeland Security

Kent Kildow

Director, Business Continuity & Emergency Management at Verizon & SISE Working Group Chair

Mike Hoover

Program Coordinator, All-Hazards Analysis Framework, Idaho National Laboratory

Sean Stajkowski

Intelligence Analyst, Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Criminal Investigation

Cherrie Black

Critical Infrastructure Strategist,
Idaho National Laboratory

Ron Prater

COO & Co-Founder,
Bent Ear Solutions, LLC

Jake Gentle

Program Manager, Infrastructure Security, Idaho National Laboratory

Mary Lasky

Chair, InfraGard National Disaster Resilience Council and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

Laura Schepis

Chief External Affairs Officer, Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA)

Darrell Darnell

Owner,
DTE Consulting LLC

Greg J. Grillo

Principal, Incident Preparedness & Response Solutions, LLC

Molly Dougherty

External Affairs & Private Sector Liaison, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency

Jim Williams

Public-Private Partnership Operations Officer, Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Carrie Tropasso

GIS Manager,
Bent Ear Solutions, LLC

Sarah Freeman

Senior Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Analyst, Idaho National Lab

Vincent Tidwell

Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories

Don Schumacher

CPP, Lead Superintendent,
Connecticut Water Co.

Michael Lambert

Emergency Preparedness/Homeland Security, Houston Galveston Area Council of Governments

Carl Walter

Director, 
Homeland Security Solutions, ESRI

Brian Hastings

Director,
Governor Kay Ivey's Cabinet

George Giangi

Chair, Business, Industry & Infrastructure,
South Central Pennsylvania Task Force

Monika Stoeffl

Executive Director,
California Resiliency Alliance

Abby Browning

Chief, Office of Private Sector / NGO Coordination, Governor's Office of Emergency Services

Carlos Torres

Former ConEdison NY,
Electric Sector, 30+ yrs

Dave Jones

CEO,
StormCenter Communications, Inc.

Jeffrey Wobbleton

911/311 Assistant Director for IT and Administration, City of Alexandria

Dr. Ed Naggiar

Founder, Homan Performance Consulting (Navy Seal, Ret.)

Megan J. Culler

Power Engineer and Researcher, Idaho National Laboratory

Jeffrey A. Thomas

Executive Deputy Director, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Association

Pedro Pizarro

President and Chief Executive Officer, Edison International

Karen Moe

Disasters Lifecycle Cluster
Co-Chair, ESIP

Michael Leitman

Director, System Optimization
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

Courtney Romolt

Programs Manager,
Healthcare Ready

Colonel John Perkins

Director, Construction and Facility Management Office, Iowa Army National Guard

Wayne Austad

Chief Technology Officer, National & Homeland Security (NHS) Directorate, Idaho National Laboratory (INL)

Dr. Chris Rodriquez

Director, Washington, DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA)

Matt Mueller

Executive Director, City and County of Denver Office of Emergency Management

Curry Mayer

Director, City of Seattle Office of Emergency Management

Marco Ayala

Director, ICS Cybersecurity & Sector Lead, 1898 & Co., Part of Burns & McDonnell

Jodi A. Jensen

Senior SCADA Advisor,
Western Area Power Administration

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