Accelerating resiliency planning in communities across the Commonwealth

Our Partners

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Resilient Virginia’s goal is to engage key stakeholder groups around the state. Our partners for program development include local governments and planning district commissions, state government agencies, K–12 and higher education academic institutions, national organizations, major corporations and local businesses, and community organizations.

Resilient Virginia Advisory Committee – 2020

Elizabeth A. Andrews
Professor of the Practice and Director
Virginia Coastal Policy Center
William & Mary Law School

Sharon Baxter
Director, Division of Environmental Enhancement
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Robin Jones
Project Manager, Energy Division
Virginia Division of Mines, Minerals and Energy

James W. Keck
Assistant Professor
Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
Virginia Commonwealth University

Denise Nelson, P.E., CFM, ENV SP, LEED AP
Environmental Engineer
The Berkley Group

Ann C. Phillips
Rear Admiral, US Navy (Ret.)
Special Assistant for Coastal Adaptation and Protection
Office of the Governor of Virginia

Henry (Speaker) R. Pollard, Attorney
Partner
Williams Mullen

Cliona Mary Robb, LEED AP
Director
Thompson McMullan

Maureen K. Roskoski, CFM, SFP, LEED AP O+M
Corporate Sustainability Officer
Facility Engineering Associates, PC

You are invited to join our initiative as a Board Member, Advisory Committee Member, or Conference Planning Committee Member by contacting Annette Osso (osso@resilientvirginia.org)

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Calendar

Due to COVID-19, please check listings for cancellations.
  • Cities Rising Summit - New World, New Justice: Finally, a path to just cities and second chances
    Date: September 22, 2020
    Location:

    Hosted by the Tom Tom Foundation

    Yes, there have been some wins: Covid-era early releases and a new spotlight on policing—but what’s next? That’s the question we’ll hope…

  • Leading with Local Action: U.S. Local Governments Contribute to Global Processes Past, Present, Future
    Date: September 23, 2020
    Location:

    September 2020 marks the 30 years since a group of emboldened mayors asserted the local contribution to global sustainability in what would come to be called the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, the founding of…

  • EESI Workforce Wednesdays - Growing Green Industry and Innovation
    Date: September 23, 2020
    Location:

    Register Here - https://www.eesi.org/09023020workforce#rsvp

    Environmental and Energy Study Institute

    The United States can lower domestic and global greenhouse gas emissions by supporting innovation and expanding…

  • Waynesboro Tree Workshop - Green Industry in the Woods & Weeds: Expanding your Business with Woodland Health Services to New & Existing Clients
    Date: September 23, 2020
    Location:

    Register Online Here: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4DD-RUHUQp2y9gZV_K0tFA

    Green Industry in the Woods & Weeds: Expanding your Business with Woodland Health Services to New &…

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2020 Resiliency Academy

This series of four webinars hosted by Resilient Virginia will highlight some of the best resiliency planning tools available to help communities build capacity to maintain critical functionality and vitality in the face of severe disturbances and chronic stressors.

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