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ASSESSING DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CONFERENCE

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

Front Row (Left to Right:)
Matin Katirai, University of Louisville; Ruth Maurice, Hewlett Foundation; Peter Ohtaki, Business Executives for National Security; Susan Cutter, University of South Carolina; Lynn Fritz, Fritz Institute; Anisya Thomas , Fritz Institute; Kathleen Tierney, University of Colorado at Boulder; Steve Leventhal, Fritz Institute; Jeannette Sutton, University of Colorado at Boulder; Kaycee Pomeroy, Fritz Institute; Jean Nickaloff, American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter

Middle Row (Left to Right:)
Jeanne Perkins, Association of Bay Area Governments; Kathy Nicholson , Hewlett Foundation; Susan Tubbesing, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute; Joye Storey, The Salvation Army - DHQ; Phil Padgett , Emergency Management Accreditation Program; Judy Kleinberg, City of Palo Alto/Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network; Dennis Wenger, Texas A&M University; Sandra Hernandez, The San Francisco Foundation; Colin Lacon , Northern California Grantmakers; Dave Simpson, University of Louisville; Ana-Marie Jones, CARD; Anne Wilson, United Way of the Bay Area; Kevin Kellenberger, American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter; Jane Bullock, Bullock & Haddow, LLC; Abigail Edelman, Fritz Institute

Top Row (Left to Right:)
Harold Brooks, American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter; Eric Koch, Cal-Trans; George Haddow, Bullock & Haddow, LLC; Grace Koch, Governor's Office of Emergency Services; David McMillion, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments; Desiree Bliss, Fritz Institute; Arrietta Chakos, City of Berkeley; Michael Lindell, Texas A&M University; Richard Eisner, Governor's Office of Emergency Services, Coastal Region; Stephen Sellers, Office of Emergency Services, Southern California Branch; Jim Aldrich, Office of Emergency Services, City of San Francisco; Todd Davison, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

 
 
 
 
+ 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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