2017 Resilient Virginia Conference

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The 2017 Resilient Virginia Conference

Connecting Communities, Business, and Educators for Resiliency Solutions

August 1–2, 2017  |  Richmond, Virginia

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This year’s theme, Connecting Communities, Business, and Educators for Resilience Solutions, builds on last year’s inaugural conference goals of broadening the capacity for resiliency planning in the state, and it serves as a forum to highlight the resiliency programs developed under Governor Terry McAuliffe’s administration.

2015 Launch Meeting

Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security and Chief Resiliency Officer Brian Moran with Resilient Virginia Launch Meeting organizers Jerry Walker, Annette Osso, Harry Gregori, Pamela Vosburgh, and Bryna Dunn at the February 19, 2015 Resilient Virginia Launch Meeting.

We are pleased to announce that the office of The Honorable Brian Moran, Virginia Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security and Chief Resiliency Officer, and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM), have taken a leading role in supporting the conference.

The Resilient Virginia Conference brings together participants from local and national businesses, and representatives from higher education, state and local governments, and community organizations to:

  • Explore resiliency rationales for their organizations;
  • Learn resiliency processes applicable to the public and private sector;
  • Develop an understanding of resiliency priorities in different regions of the state;
  • Engage in networking with resiliency businesses, government representatives, and institutional and community organizations; and
  • Take away tools that can be used for resiliency planning in their own communities.

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Agenda & Speakers

The 2017 Resilient Virginia Conference provides a unique forum to inform, educate, and activate communities across Virginia about the benefits of resiliency planning.

2016 Resilient Virginia ConferencePlenary sessions will feature national and state-level experts addressing the national security and community-building aspects of resiliency, as well as highlighting the economic value to both governments and corporations of adopting resiliency measures in their policies and operations.

Breakout sessions will provide the opportunity for in-depth presentations on critical aspects of resiliency as it relates to challenges and risks faced by communities that range from extreme weather events and national security and public health issues to social and economic disruptions.

Look for updates on speakers and topics as the agenda is finalized.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 1

8:00–9:00 AM       REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS

9:00–9:30 AM       WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Master of Ceremonies: Curtis Brown, Deputy Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, Commonwealth of Virginia
Recognition of Sponsors: Nell Boyle, LEED AP, Resilient Virginia Chairperson and Sustainability Coordinator, City of Roanoke
Welcome: The Honorable Levar Stoney, Mayor of Richmond
Remarks: The Honorable Terry McAuliffe, Governor, Commonwealth of Virginia (virtual)

9:30–10:45 AM      PANEL: BUILDING A RESILIENT STATE: LESSONS LEARNED

Brian Moran, Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, Commonwealth of Virginia
Alice Hill, Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
Timothy W. Manning, President of Berglind-Manning l.c.

Perspectives from Other States
Charles Sutcliffe, Director of Policy and Programs, Governor’s Office of Coastal Activities, State of Louisiana
Molly Urbina, Executive Director, Governor’s Resiliency and Recovery Office, State of Colorado

Listen to the August 1 Morning Plenary

10:45–11:00 AM       BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS

11:00 AM–12:30 PM       BREAKOUT SESSION ONE: RESILIENCY PERSPECTIVES

Reducing Impact Through Mitigation Planning
ROOM B16

Moderator: Edward Porner, Director, Recovery & Resiliency, VDEM

Charles Baker, CFM, Floodplain Management and Insurance, FEMA Region III

Matthew Wall, Virginia Emergency Support Team Coordinator, VDEM

James Ridick, MPA, CEM, Director, Norfolk Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response

Speakers in this session did not provide presentations.

Rural & Agricultural Challenges
ROOM B17

Moderator: Christy Morton, Executive Director, CFRV

Evan Feinman, Executive Director, Tobacco Regional Revitalization Commission: The Importance of Broadband for Rural Development

Julie Shortridge, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech: Managing Climate Risks in Agriculture

Andy Sorrell, AICP, Coordinator, Farmland Preservation, VDACS: Preserving Farms for Food Security

Click to launch Andy Sorrell Presentation
Click to launch Andy Sorrell Presentation

Infrastructure Adaptation Strategies
ROOM B18

Moderator: Ann Phillips, Rear Admiral USN  (retired)

Robert Mooney,  Protective Security Advisor, Central VA, and Peter Owen, Protective Security Advisor, Norfolk: U.S. DHS: DHS Critical Infrastructure Programs

Carol Considine, M.S., Associate Professor, Engineering Technology, Old Dominion University: Multi-sector Collaboration on Infrastructure Risks

Stacie Neal, Critical Infrastructure Protection Program Manager for the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security: Port Risk Assessments

Speakers in this session did not provide presentations.

Private Sector’s Role in Resiliency
ROOM B19

Moderator: Alex McLellan, Principal, Resilience Thinking Institute

George Huff, Jr., CBCP, MBCI, Director of Consulting, The Continuity Project: The Role of Business in Supporting Community Resiliency

Philip Schneider, AIA, Program Director, Multi-Hazard Mitigation Council, NIBS: Resilience Incentives for the Private Sector

Paul Robinson, Chief Executive Officer, RISE – Resilience Innovation: Hampton Roads Accelerator Project

Click to launch Philip Schneider Presentation
Click to launch Philip Schneider Presentation

12:30–2:00 PM       LUNCH AND PANEL DISCUSSION: ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE ON RESILIENCY

Facilitator: Mark D. Troutman, CFP, Ph.D., Director, Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, George Mason University

Panelists:

Michael J. Walsh, Executive Vice President and National Programs Group Leader, Dewberry

Daniel K. Slone, Partner, McGuire Woods LLP

Tom Markham, Operations Vice President, Account Engineering Group Manager, FM Global

Listen to the August 1 Lunch Panel Discussion

2:00–2:15 PM       BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS

2:15–3:45 PM       BREAKOUT SESSION TWO: INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS

Transportation & Water Infrastructure
ROOM B16

Moderator: Takis Karantonis, Consultant

Matthew Wade, Deputy Director, Virginia Clean Cities, and Angela Conroy, Environmental Specialist II, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality: Expansion of the Clean Fuels Vehicle Infrastructure

John Dano, Chief of Planning and Analysis, Hampton Roads Sanitary District: The SWIFT Project

Greg Mella, FAIA, LEED BD&C, Director, Sustainable Design, SmithGroupJJR, and Nancy Williams, Principal Planner, Alexandria Office of Planning and Zoning: Alexandria Eco-District Initiative

Click to launch Angela Conroy Presentation
Click to launch Angela Conroy Presentation

Moving Towards Energy Security
ROOM B17

Moderator: Angela Navarro, Virginia Deputy Secretary of Natural Resources

Eduardo Alcorta, Senior Business Development Leader, Distributed Power, GE Power: Microgrid Systems’ Role in Resiliency

Aaron Sutch, Program Director, VA SUN: Small Scale Distributed Solar

Karen Schaufeld, Founder, Powered by Facts: Large Scale Private Solar

Dianne Corsello, Director of Business Development, Dominion Energy: Utility-Scale Solar

Educators Focused on Solutions
ROOM B18

Moderator: James Keck, Assistant Professor, Homeland Security, Virginia Commonwealth University

Christie Jones, M.S., Education Program Manager, Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, George Mason University

Wie Yusuf, Ph.D., Chair, Resilience Collaborative Steering Committee, Old Dominion University

Angela King, Assistant Director, Virginia Coastal Policy Center, William and Mary

Angela Orebaugh, Ph.D., Director of Cybersecurity and IT Program, University of Virginia

Click to launch Christie Jones Presentation
Click to launch Christie Jones Presentation

Click to launch Wie Yusuf Presentation
Click to launch Wie Yusuf Presentation

Click to launch Angela King Presentation
Click to launch Angela King Presentation

Click to launch Angela Orebaugh Presentation
Click to launch Angela Orebaugh Presentation

Tools, Technology, & Tactics
ROOM B19

Moderator: Kathy Robins, Senior Emergency Management Planner, RRPDC

Christina Luman-Bailey, Vice-Mayor Ward 1, Hopewell, and Annette Osso, Managing Director, Resilient Virginia: VML/VACO GoGreen Resiliency Guide

Danielle Progen, Region 5 All Hazards Planner, VDEM: FEMA’s Flood Risk MAP Tools

Jeremy Hoffman, Ph.D., Climate & Earth Science Specialist, Science Museum of Virginia: Assessing Richmond’s Heat Island Using Cars, Bikes, and Citizen Science

Thomas Gagnon, Statewide Interoperability Coordinator for the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security: A Public Safety Broadband Network for Virginia

Click to launch Resiliency Checklist Presentation
Click to launch Resiliency Checklist Presentation

3:45–4:00 PM       BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS

4:00–5:30 PM       BREAKOUT SESSION THREE: RESILIENCY CASE STUDIES

Urban Focus
ROOM B16

Moderator: Kathryn Miller, Climate Resilience Expert

Amanda Campbell, Environmental Planner III, MWCOG: Resiliency and Climate Adaptation Plans in the National Capital Region

Corey Miles, Senior Environmental Planner, NVRC: Developing a Regional Resiliency Plan in Northern Virginia

Joel Max, Emergency Management Coordinator, Larimer County, CO: The Fort Collins Regional Resiliency Assessment Project

Joan Kelsch, LEED AP, Arlington Green Buildings Program Manager: Energy Resilience and Net Zero Schools in Arlington

Click to launch Amanda Campbell Presentation
Click to launch Amanda Campbell Presentation

Click to launch Corey Miles Presentation
Click to launch Corey Miles Presentation

Click to launch Joel Max Presentation
Click to launch Joel Max Presentation

Coastal Focus
ROOM B17

Moderator: Jane Frantz, AICP, PMP, CFM, Deputy Branch Manager, Resilience Solutions Group, Dewberry

Terry O’Neil, Director, Hampton Community Development Department: Hampton Plans for Living with Water

Lewis Lawrence, Executive Director, MPPDC: Addressing Sea Level Rise in Rural Coastal Communities

Mason Andrews, M. Arch., Associate Professor of Architecture, Hampton University: Resilient Neighborhood Design in Coastal Communities

Click to launch Terry O’Neil Presentation
Click to launch Terry O’Neil Presentation

Click to launch Lewis Lawrence Presentation
Click to launch Lewis Lawrence Presentation

Click to launch Mason Andrews Presentation
Click to launch Mason Andrews Presentation

Rural Focus
ROOM B18

Moderator: Katie Frazier, President, Virginia Agribusiness Council

Rebecca Joyce, Senior Planner, CSPDC: Planning for Wildfire Mitigation

Sean Evensen-Shanley, Director, Residential Operations, Viridiant: Affordable Net Zero Housing for Rural Areas

Philip Bogdonoff, Director, Washington DC Chapter, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate: Regenerative Agriculture

Tom Akre, Ph.D., Program Scientist, Working Land and Seascapes, SCBI: Changing Landscapes Initiative

Click to launch Rebecca Joyce Presentation
Click to launch Rebecca Joyce Presentation

Click to launch Philip Bogdonoff Presentation
Click to launch Philip Bogdonoff Presentation

Business Focus
ROOM B19

Moderator: Janine Finnell, Executive Director and Clean Energy Ambassador, Leaders in Energy

Maureen Roskoski, CFM, SFP, LEED AP O+M, Senior Professional & Corporate Sustainability Officer, Facility Engineering Associates: Corporate Resiliency Plans: Benefits for the Bottom Line

Anthony Smith, President and CEO, Secure Futures: Solar Service Agreements: Two Case Studies in Virginia

Gregory Sauter, P.E., M.ASCE, Founder, Smart City Works: Business Actuator for Resilient Cities

Click to launch Janine Finnell Presentation
Click to launch Janine Finnell Presentation

Click to launch Maureen Roskoski Presentation
Click to launch Maureen Roskoski Presentation

Click to launch Anthony Smith Presentation
Click to launch Anthony Smith Presentation

Click to launch Gregory Sauter Presentation
Click to launch Gregory Sauter Presentation

5:30–7:30 PM       CONFERENCE RECEPTION IN EXHIBIT HALL

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2

8:00–9:00 AM       REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS

9:00 AM–10:00 AM       PLENARY SESSION: PLANNING PROCESSES THAT HIGHLIGHT RECOVERY, ADAPTATION, AND INTERDEPENDENCE

Facilitator: Sharon Baxter, Director, Division of Environmental Enhancement, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Presenters:
Katerina Oskarsson, Ph.D., Deputy Chief Resiliency Officer, City of Norfolk: The 100 Resilient Cities Planning Process
Stephen Cauffman, Lead, Disaster Resilience, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST): The Community Resilience Planning Guide for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems

Listen to the August 2 Morning Plenary

Click to launch Katerina Oskarsson Presentation
Click to launch Katerina Oskarsson Presentation

10:00 AM–12:00 PM       BREAKOUT SESSION FOUR: RESILIENCY PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION: WORKING SESSIONS

Getting Started with Resiliency Planning
ROOM B17

Workshop Co-Leaders: Maureen Roskoski, CFM, SFP, LEED AP O+M, Facility Engineering Associates; George B. Huff, Jr., CBCP, MBCI, The Continuity Project; and Nancy McNabb, AIA, The Continuity Project

Click to launch Katerina Oskarsson PresentationThis mini-workshop provides an overview of community resilience planning targeted for those who are just getting started with their planning efforts.

In this workshop you will:

-Complete learning activities

-Engage in group discussion

-Develop a plan framework

-Review helpful resources

We will communicate the steps involved in developing a community resilience plan using the NIST Community Resilience Planning Guide as a framework. Attendees will learn how to form a team, involve stakeholders, identify community hazards, and develop strategy, all in effort to develop their own community resilience plan. The workshop includes individual and group learning activities, as well as interactive discussions to provide a dynamic experience for attendees. Those attending the session will walk away with a handbook that outlines the framework for their own community resilience plan, including a list of helpful resources and tips.

Click here for handbook.

Implementing Resiliency Planning
ROOM B18

Facilitators: Sirirat Tavanopong, LEED AP BD+C, Director, Advance Planning, and David Savarese, Consultant II, Jacobs

Introductions and Planning Perspective: David Savarese, Jacobs

Legal Challenges: Speaker Pollard, Partner, Williams Mullen

Bringing Resiliency into Comprehensive Plans: George Homewood, FAICP, CFM, Director, Norfolk Planning and Community Development

Stronger Economies Together: Martha Walker, Community Viability Specialist, Virginia Cooperative Extension

Financial Options: Shawn Crumlish, Director of Financial Services, Virginia Resources Authority, and Janice Stroud-Bickes, Acting State Director, USDA-Rural Development

Assessing and Updating Risk Data: Anna McRay, Henrico County Deputy Emergency Manager

Discussion and Closing: Sirirat Tavanopong, Jacobs

Click to launch Henry Pollard Presentation
Click to launch Henry Pollard Presentation

Click to launch George Homewood Presentation
Click to launch George Homewood Presentation

Click to launch Martha Walker Presentation
Click to launch Martha Walker Presentation

Click to launch Shawn Crumlish Presentation
Click to launch Shawn Crumlish Presentation

Click to launch USDA/Rural Development Presentation
Click to launch USDA/Rural Development Presentation

Click to launch Anna McRay Presentation
Click to launch Anna McRay Presentation

Sustaining Resiliency Initiatives
ROOM B19

Facilitator: Brandy Bones, AICP, PMP, MBA, Senior Manager, ICF International

Lessons Learned from Around the Country

Louisiana and New Jersey: Lessons Learned in Disaster, Recovery and Resiliency: Brandy Bones, AICP, PMP, MBA, Senior Manager, ICF International

Colorado Lessons Learned: Joel Max, Emergency Management Coordinator, Larimer County, CO

Challenges for Baltimore’s Resiliency Plans: Kristin Baja, National Resilience Officer, USDN

Resiliency Next Steps in Virginia Communities

Resiliency Initiatives in the Virginia National Guard: Clifton White, CSM, Assistant CFMO, Virginia National Guard

Urban Agriculture Initiative: Leonard Githinji, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Sustainable and Urban Agriculture, Virginia State University

Tools for Sea Level Rise in Coastal Neighborhoods: Ross Weaver, Program Assistant Director, Wetlands Watch

Danville Moves Ahead with Clean Power: Ken Larking, City Manager, Danville VA

Click to launch Bones/White/Githinji/Larking Presentation
Click to launch Bones/White/Githinji/Larking Presentation

Click to launch Kristin Baja Presentation
Click to launch Kristin Baja Presentation

Click to launch Ross Weaver Presentation
Click to launch Ross Weaver Presentation

12:00 NOON–1:30 PM       LUNCH WITH PANEL DISCUSSION: VIRGINIA’S RESILIENT FUTURE

Facilitator: Brian Moran, Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, Commonwealth of Virginia
Panelists:
Colonel Jason E. Kelly, Commander, Norfolk District, US Army Corps of Engineers
The Honorable Christopher P. Stolle, Virginia House of Delegates, District 83, Virginia Beach, VA
The Honorable Mamie Locke, Ph.D., Virginia State Senate, District 2, Hampton, VA
Molly Urbina, Executive Director, Governor’s Resiliency and Recovery Office, State of Colorado

Listen to the August 2 Lunch Panel Discussion

CONCLUDING REMARKS

Nell Boyle, Resilient Virginia Chairperson, and Annette Osso, Managing Director, Resilient Virginia

SPECIAL AFTERNOON MEETING

VML/VACO Go Green Virginia Workshop. For registration, visit www.vaco.org/education/go-green/.

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Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

The 2017 Resilient Virginia Conference is an opportunity to showcase your business’ resiliency products and services and your organization’s resiliency programs to a highly focused audience.

2016 Resilient Virginia ConferenceSponsors will receive extensive publicity before and during the conference, as well as an exhibit booth, presentation opportunities, and a special reception.

Exhibitors will be highlighted on the website and program, with opportunities to showcase their products and services at the August 1st Conference Reception. Please note: Exhibitor Registration is now closed.

New this year! A special section of the Conference Exhibit Hall reserved for Innovative Technology and Solutions businesses.

 

 

Monday, July 31: Noon – 7pm — Exhibitor setup
Wednesday, August 2: 2pm — Exhibitor tear down

For sponsor and exhibitor information details, contact Annette Osso, Managing Director, Resilient Virginia (osso@ResilientVirginia.org).


Thanks to these Sponsors!

Resiliency Visionary Level

Virginia Department of Emergency Management

Resiliency Benefactor Level

Dominion Energy

Resiliency Leader Level

Facility Engineering Associates Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
GE Power

Resiliency Supporter Level

Christian & Barton, LLP Ecology & Environment, Inc.
Sobis, Inc. Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (VA DHCD)
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy Virginia Resources Authority (VRA)

Resiliency Friend

2rw The Berkley Group
Hazen and Sawyer Marstel Day
The Nature Conservancy Secure Futures
SmithGroup JJR Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS)
Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission Willams Mullen

Lunch Co-Sponsor

Dewberry

Breakfast Sponsor

ODU Resilience Collaborative

Media Partners

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Resilient Virginia Conference Partners

Aug. 1-2: Resilient Virginia ConferenceNational and State-Level Partners include:

Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay/Businesses for the Bay

American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy

American Society of Landscape Architects, Virginia Chapter

Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Charlottesville Local Food Hub

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Get Ready! Emergency Planning Center

Leaders in Energy

LEAP for Local Food

National Association of State Energy Offices (NASEO)

Old Dominion University, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

State Universities

USGBC Virginia & West Virginia Community

Virginia Center for Wind

Virginia Clean Cities

Virginia Association of Counties

Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs

Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy

Virginia Emergency Management Association

Virginia Energy Efficiency Council

Virginia Municipal League

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Planning Committee

Conference Planning Committee

We are pleased that our Conference Planning Committee includes representatives from national organizations, state and local government, the private sector, and academia.

Co-Leaders
Annette Osso, LEED AP, Managing Director, Resilient Virginia
Curtis C. Brown, Deputy Secretary, Public Safety and Homeland Security

Karen Akerlof, GMU Center for Climate Change Communication
Angela King, Virginia Coastal Policy Center, William & Mary Law School
Sharon Baxter, VA DEQ
Eric Bendfeldt, Virginia Cooperative Extension
Nell Boyle, Sustainability Office, City of Roanoke
Curtis Brown, Deputy Secretary, Office of Public Safety & Homeland Security
Margaret Brown, Powered by Fact
Eldon Burton, Office of Congressman MacEachin
Elizabeth Chudoba, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
Michelle Covi, Old Dominion University
Bonnie Cranmer, Bonnie Cranmer Consulting
Erik Curren, Curren Media Group
Evan Feinman, Tobacco Commission
Mary Jo Fields, Virginia Municipal League
Hayes Framme, Office of the Secretary of Commerce & Trade
Jane Frantz, Dewberry
Katy Fraser, Virginia Agribusiness Council
Tom Gagnon, Office of the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Leonard Githinji, Virginia State University
William Godfrey, Environic Foundation International
Harry Gregori, Virginia UAS
Alleyn Harned, Virginia Clean Cities
Francis Hodsoll, Solunesco
George Huff, The Continuity Project
Isaac Janak, Office of the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Jane Milici, ULI-Virginia
Robin Jones, VA DMME
Rebecca Joyce, Central Shenandoah PDC
James Keck, Virginia Commonwealth University
Carl Knoblock, US Small Business Administration
Kathy Robins, Richmond Regional PDC
Larry Land, Virginia Association of Counties
Christina Luman-Bailey, City of Hopewell
Cooper Martin, National League of Cities
Ben McFarlane, Hampton Roads PDC
Alex McLellan, Resilience Thinking Institute
Jonathan Miles, James Madison University
Susan Mongold, VDEM
Christy Morton, Center for Rural Virginia
Angela Navarro, Deputy Secretary, Natural Resources
Nancy McNabb, The Continuity Project
Ashley Nauta, Virginia Cooperative Extension
Remy Pangle, JMU Center for Wind
Patrick Patrong, VDEM
Megan Peterson, Office of the Secretary of Public Safety & Homeland Security
Michael Phillips, Virginia Clean Cities
Speaker Pollard, Williams Mullen
James Redick, Emergency Preparedness, City of Norfolk
Maureen Roskoski, Facility Engineering Associates PC
David Savarese, Jacobs
Daniel Slone, McGuire Woods & Resilient Design Institute
Andrew Smith, Virginia Farm Bureau
Anthony Smith, Secure Futures
Rodney Sobin, NASEO
Andy Sorrell, Farmland Preservation, VDACS
Stacie Neal, Office of the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Erin Stanforth, VCU Sustainability Office
Emily Steinhilber, Old Dominion University
Corinne Stephens, Businesses for the Bay
Maribel Street, Office of the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Janice Stroud-Bickes, USDA Rural Development
Chris Tabor, PE, Hazen and Sawyer
Sirirat Tavanapong, Jacobs
Thomas Thompson, Consultant

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Contact info

For more information on the 2017 Resilient Virginia Conference, please contact:

Annette Osso, LEED AP, Managing Director, Resilient Virginia
Telephone: (703) 486-2966
Mobile: (703) 629-1650
E-mail: osso@resilientvirginia.org
Mail: Resilient Virginia
PO Box 6539
Arlington, VA 22206

Registration Questions? Please send an email to ncrowe@convention-connections.com.

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