Appendix B

Committee Meetings and Public Agendas

PUBLIC SESSIONS

FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday September 29, 2010
The Venable Conference Center
575 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004-1601

Wednesday, September 29th

10:00-10:20 Welcome and introductions
Susan Cutter, chair
     
10:20-15:30 Discussion with study sponsors
Susan Cutter

Each sponsor has been asked to respond to four questions:

1. What is your agency's working definition of resilience?

2. What are your agency's expectations from this study?

3. Who are the target audiences for this study to meet those expectations?

4. What products should be produced from this study and for which audiences?

     
10:20-12:00 Department of Homeland Security,Human Factors Behavioral Sciences Division
Michael Dunaway

DHS.Federal Emergency Management Agency
Keith Turi

U.S. Geological Survey
David Applegate and Paula Gori


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Appendix B Committee Meetings and Public Agendas PUBLIC SESSIONS FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING Wednesday September 29, 2010 The Venable Conference Center 575 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004-1601 Wednesday, September 29th 10:00-10:20 Welcome and introductions Susan Cutter, chair 10:20-15:30 Discussion with study sponsors Susan Cutter Each sponsor has been asked to respond to four questions: 1. What is your agency's working definition of resilience? 2. What are your agency's expectations from this study? 3. Who are the target audiences for this study to meet those expectations? 4. What products should be produced from this study and for which audiences? 10:20-12:00 Department of Homeland Security, Human Factors/Behavioral Sciences Division Michael Dunaway DHS/Federal Emergency Management Agency Keith Turi U.S. Geological Survey David Applegate and Paula Gori 229

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230 APPENDIX B National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Margaret Davidson and Keelin Kuipers Community and Regional Resilience Institute Warren Edwards and Heather Lair 13:00-14:15 Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Directorate of Contingency Operations, International Emergency Management Program Andrew Bruzewicz Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, U.S. Department of Energy Anthony Lucas National Aeronautics and Space Administration Craig Dobson Department of Agriculture Forest Service Mike Hilbruner 14:30-15:30 General discussion Susan Cutter

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DISASTER RESILIENCE: A NATIONAL IMPERATIVE 231 WORKSHOP & SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING Wednesday-Thursday, September 29-30, 2010 Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel 739 Canal Street at Bourbon, New Orleans Tuesday, January 18th Grand A Room 17:30-18:30 Forgetting the Unforgettable: Social Memory and Resilience in New Orleans Craig Colten, Louisiana State University Keynote presentation Wednesday, January 19th 08:00-11:30 Guided Tour of New Orleans Pam Jenkins, University of New Orleans Doug Meffert, Tulane University 11:30-12:30 Drive to Waveland, Mississippi 12:30-15:00 Visit stops in Waveland, Gulfport, and Biloxi, Mississippi 15:00-17:00 Discussion with Local Staff Discussion about resilience topics with Alice Graham, Executive Director, Mississippi Coast Interfaith Disaster Task Force John Hosey, Disaster Behavioral Health Project Manager, Mississippi Coast Interfaith Disaster Task Force Discussion on Disaster Task Force John Kelly, Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Gulfport Rupert Lacy, Director, Harrison County Emergency Management Agency Tom Lansford, Academic Dean and Professor, Political Science, University of Southern Mississippi Discussion on Mississippi, Gulf Coast Reilly Morse, Senior Attorney, Mississippi Center for Justice Kimberly Nastasi, CEO, Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce Tracie Sempier, Coastal Storms Outreach Coordinator, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium

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232 APPENDIX B Lori West, Gulf Region Director, IRD, U.S. Gulf Coast Community Resource Centers Thursday, January 20th Toulouse A & B Rooms 08:30-08:40 Welcome and introductions Susan Cutter, Committee Chair 08:40-08:45 Opening Remarks Senator Mary Landrieu, opening remarks (via videotape) 08:45-09:30 Keynote presentation: The New Orleans at Five: From Recovery to Transformation Allison Plyer, Greater New Orleans Community Data Center 09:40-15:00 Panel Sessions Facilitated by Ann Olsen, Meridian Institute 09:40-10:25 Business-Insurance-Real Estate Panel Julie Rochman, President and CEO, Institute for Business & Home Safety Eric Nelson, Travelers Vice President, Personal Insurance Ommeed Sathe, Director of Real Estate Strategy, New Orleans Redevelopment Authority 10:40-11:25 Critical Infrastructure Panel Marcia St. Martin, Executive Director, Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans Justin Augustine, CEO, New Orleans Regional Transit Authority and Vice President, Veolia Transportation Greg Grillo, Entergy Corporation, DirectorTransmission Project Management Construction and Incident Commander Frank Wise, Executive Director of Network Operations, Florida, Verizon Wireless 11:30-12:15 Governance Panel Earthea Nance, University of New Orleans Bill Stallworth, Executive Director/Councilman East Biloxi Coordination and Relief Center/Biloxi City Council

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DISASTER RESILIENCE: A NATIONAL IMPERATIVE 233 Stephen Murphy, Director of Planning, City of New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Response Charles Allen, III, Advisor to the Mayor and Director, New Orleans Office of Coastal and Environmental Affairs 13:15-14:00 Social Capital Panel Natalie Jayroe, CEO Greater New Orleans and Acadiana Food Bank Steven Bingler, President, Concordia Mary Claire Landry, Director, Domestic Violence Programs (Family Justice Center; Crescent House; Sexual Assault Services; and Project SAVE) Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans Pam Jenkins, University of New Orleans 14:05-14:50 Healthy Populations and Responsive Institutions Panel Joseph Donchess, Executive Director, Louisiana Nursing Home Association Knox Andress, Designated Regional Coordinator, Louisiana Region 7 Hospital Preparedness; Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport, Louisiana Poison Center Anthony Speier, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Behavioral Health, Louisiana Paul Byers, Acting State Epidemiologist, Mississippi State Department of Health 15:10-16:30 Breakout Sessions Committee, Panelists, and Audience Discussion WORKSHOP & THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING Monday-Wednesday, March 7-9, 2010 The Hotel at Kirkwood Center 7725 Kirkwood Blvd. SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Monday, March 7th 07:30-12:00 Guided Tour of Cedar Rapids, IA Christine Butterfield, Director, Community Development, City of Cedar Rapids

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234 APPENDIX B Adam Lindenlaub, Long-Range Planning Coordinator, Corridor MPO, Cedar Rapids' Community Development Department Dave Elgin, Director of Public Works, City of Cedar Rapids Anne Strellner, St. Luke's Hospital Julie Stephens, Linn County Public Health Mike Goldberg, Linn County EMA Drew Skogman, Skogman Realty Steve Dummermuth, Downtown landowner 07:30-08:50 West Cedar Rapids 07:30-08:45 Block by Block Headquarters and Vicinity with local staff 08:50-12:00 East Cedar Rapids 09:05-09:45 African-American Museum 10:00-11:00 Mercy Hospital 11:00-12:00 Small business/downtown commerce and properties 12:00-12:40 Iowa City and University of Iowa, Iowa Flood Center 12:40-13:00 C. Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory Larry Weber, Director of IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering and Co-organizer of the Iowa Flood Center 13:15-17:00 Iowa Memorial Union Building, University of Iowa Discussion with faculty and students at campus 13:15-13:30 Opening remarks on the immediate effects of the flood on campus Larry Weber, Director of IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering and Co-organizer of the Iowa Flood Center 13:30-13:35 Introductions to study and committee Susan Cutter, Committee chair 13:35-15:15 University faculty/research pane discussions Moderated by Gerry Galloway, Committee member Jerry Anthony, School of Urban and Regional Planning

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DISASTER RESILIENCE: A NATIONAL IMPERATIVE 235 Witold Krajewski, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Director of the Iowa Flood Center Kevin Leicht, Department of Sociology Alan Macvey, Theatre Arts Department Marizen Ramirez, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health John Beldon Scott, School of Art and Art History Kathleen Stewart, Department of Geography Peter Thorne, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health James Throgmorton, School of Urban and Regional Planning Larry Weber, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Director of IIHR--Hydroscience & Engineering Michael Wichman, State Hygienic Laboratory 15:15-15:30 Break 15:30-17:00 Student panel discussions: Facilitated discussion with 8-12 students, undergraduate and graduate, from University of Iowa (UI) and University of Northern Iowa (UNI) Moderated by Meredith Li-Vollmer, Committee member Luciana Cunha, Civil & Environmental Engineering (UI) Emily White, Geography (UI) Achilleas Tsakiris, Civil & Environmental Engineering (UI) Kimberly Hoppe, Occupational and Environmental Health (UI) Maria Elisa Mandarim de Lacerda, Theater Arts (UI) Amy Costliow, School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services (UNI) Kari Dirksen, School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services (UNI) Tuesday, March 8th Ballroom B & C, Hotel at Kirkwood Center 08:30-08:40 Introductions I, Committee chair 08:40-09:10 Opening remarks Mayor Ron Corbett, Cedar Rapids Jeff Pomeranz, City Manager, Cedar Rapids 09:15-15:30 Panel sessions

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236 APPENDIX B 09:15-10:25 Private sector Moderated by Howard Kunreuther, Committee member Terri Vaughan, CEO, National Association of Insurance Commissioners Jeff McClaran, Vice President, Incident Management, Central and Gulf States, Wells Fargo Dee Brown, Director, Energy Delivery Operations Support, Alliant Energy 10:40-11:50 Government Moderated by Gene Whitney, Committee member Patty Judge, PJJ Solutions, Inc. (former Lt. Governor of Iowa) Kamyar Enshayan, Cedar Falls City Council; Professor, University of Northern Iowa Chuck Wieneke, City of Cedar Rapids City Council Christine Butterfield, Community Development Director, City of Cedar Rapids 12:50-14:00 First and second responders Moderated by Patrick Crawford, Committee member Lt. General Ron Dardis, former Rebuild Iowa Office Executive Director and former Adjutant General of the Iowa National Guard Clark Christensen, Logistics Officer, Public Health Response Team Coordinator, & State Coordinator for the Medical Reserve Corps, Iowa Department of Public Health, Center for Disaster Operations and Response David Miller, Private consultant; former Administrator, Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division Rick Wulfekuhle, Emergency Manager, Buchanan County Mark English, Assistant Fire Chief, Cedar Rapids Fire Department 14:00-15:10 Community representatives Moderated by Susan Scrimshaw, Committee member Donna Harvey, Director, Iowa Department on Aging Nancy Beers, Director of Disaster Services and Camp Noah Lutheran Social Service

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DISASTER RESILIENCE: A NATIONAL IMPERATIVE 237 Mitch Finn, Deputy Executive Director, Hawkeye Community Action Program Bill Gardam, President and CEO, Horizons, A Family Service Alliance Cindy Kaestner, Vice President/Executive Director, Abbe Center for Community Mental Health

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238 APPENDIX B WORKSHOP & FOURTH COMMITTEE MEETING Tuesday, May 24, 2011 Beckman Center of the National Academies 100 Academy Way Irvine, California 08:15-08:30 Welcome and introductions Susan Cutter, Chair 08:30-09:30 Keynote Laurie Johnson, Principal, Laurie Johnson Consulting | Research 09:30-10:45 Infrastructure and economic recovery panel Moderated by Mary Lou Zoback, Committee member John Holmes, Deputy Executive Director of Port Operations for the Port of Los Angeles Chris Poland, Chairman, CEO, and Senior Principal, Degenkolb Engineers Ezra Rapport, Executive Director of the Association of Bay Area Governments Michael Morel, Manager of Operations and Planning for the Metropolitan Water District 11:00-12:15 Risk communication and resilience indicators panel Moderated by Monica Schoch-Spana, Committee member Roxane Silver, School of Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine Sarah Karlinsky, Deputy Director of San Francisco Planning + Urban Research Association (SPUR) Baruch Fischhoff, Departments of Social and Decision Sciences and of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University 13:00-14:15 Disaster communication and impacts panel Moderated by Meredith Li-Vollmer, Committee member Lucy Jones, Chief Scientist for the Multi Hazards Initiative in Southern California, U.S. Geological Survey Mariana Amatullo, Vice President, Designmatters at Art Center College of Design Barbara Andersen, Strategic Partnerships Director, Orfalea Foundations

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DISASTER RESILIENCE: A NATIONAL IMPERATIVE 239 David Eisenman, UCLA Division of General Internal Medicine and Health Services Research 14:15-15:30 IT/social media and disaster resilience panel Moderated by Michael Goodchild, Committee member Leysia Palen, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder Matt Zook, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky Alan Glennon, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara Nalini Venkatasubramanian, Department of Computer Science, University of California, Irvine 15:40-16:30 Open plenary session WORKSHOP & FIFTH COMMITTEE MEETING Wednesday, September 21, 2011 Keck Center of the National Academies 500 5th Street, NW Washington, DC 20024 Wednesday, September 21st Room 101 10:00-10:10 Welcome and introductions Susan Cutter, Chair 10:10-13:20 Presentations Paul Brenner, Senior Vice President, ICF International Claire Rubin, Claire Rubin & Associates Ben Billings, Senior Policy Adviser for Homeland Security and Disaster Recovery, Office of Senator Mary Landrieu 13:20-13:45 Open discussion

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