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ASSESSING DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CONFERENCE

PARTICIPANTS

Saturday, November 4, 2006
Quail Hill Conference Center, Lynmar Winery, Sebastopol, California

Jeanne Perkins
ABAG (Association of Bay Area Governments)

Harold Brooks
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter

Kevin Kellenberger
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter

Jean Nickaloff
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter

Peter Ohtaki
BENS (Business Executives for National Security)

Jane Bullock
Bullock & Haddow

Ana-Marie Jones
CARD (Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters)

Arrietta Chakos
City of Berkeley

Susan Tubbesing
EERI (Earthquake Engineering Research Institute)

Philip Padgett
Emergency Management Accreditation Program

Grace Koch
Governor' s Office of Emergency Services

Richard Eisner
Governor's Office of Emergency Services

Ruth Maurice
Hewlett Foundation

Kathy Nicholson
Hewlett Foundation

Judith Kleinberg
Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network

David McMillion
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

Todd Davison
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Coastal Service Center

Colin Lacon
Northern California Grantmakers

Stephen Sellers
Office of Emergency Services, Southern California Branch

Jim Aldrich
Office of Emergency Services and Homeland Security, Disaster Preparedness Division, City and County of San Francisco

George Haddow
Save the Children

Dr. Michael Lindell
Texas A&M University

Dr. Dennis Wenger
Texas A&M University

Joye Storey
The Salvation Army - DHQ, Golden State Division

Sandra Hernandez
The San Francisco Foundation

Anne Wilson
United Way of the Bay Area

Jeannette Sutton
University of Colorado at Boulder

Dr. Kathleen Tierney
University of Colorado at Boulder

Matin Katirai
University of Louisville

Dr. David Simpson
University of Louisville

Dr. Susan Cutter
University of South Carolina
 
 
 
 
+ Disaster Preparedness Conference
 
There is a sense of urgency in the Bay Area emergency management community. We are facing the prospect of a catastrophic disaster. We know there are vulnerable people who can't survive a disaster. We need to make sure we can tie the resources and services to them quickly to reduce suffering. It's important to address the immediate operational needs of ensuring that we are able to execute when the time comes.

  –Jim Aldrich
   Office of Emergency Services & Homeland Security
   Disaster Preparedness Division
   City and County of San Francisco
 
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