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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Speakers from the Committee Meetings." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Strengthening Post-Hurricane Supply Chain Resilience: Observations from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25490.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Speakers from the Committee Meetings." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Strengthening Post-Hurricane Supply Chain Resilience: Observations from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25490.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Speakers from the Committee Meetings." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Strengthening Post-Hurricane Supply Chain Resilience: Observations from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25490.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Speakers from the Committee Meetings." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Strengthening Post-Hurricane Supply Chain Resilience: Observations from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25490.
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Appendix A Speakers from the Committee Meetings Meeting 1: Washington DC; June 26, 2018  Jeff Dorko, Assistant Administrator for Logistics, Office of Response and Recovery, FEMA  Phil Palin and David Kauffman, CNA Meeting 2: San Juan, Puerto Rico; August 15-17, 2018  Scott Erickson, Logistics Chief, FEMA  Darrell Ransom, Logistics Management Directorate, FEMA  Jarrod Goentzel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation and Logistics  Philip Palin, Principal Investigator, Institute for Public Research, CNA  Maria Virella, President, WorldNet  Hector Pesquera, Secretary of the Department of Public Safety  Carlos Acevedo, Acting Commissioner, Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency  Luis Cruz Ramirez, Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency  Benjamin Nieves, CEO, ISP, Inc.  Arodis Suazo, Security Manager, Claro  Victor Dominguez, General Manager for Operations, Puma Energy  Manuel Reyes, Executive VP, Chamber of Marketing, Industry and Food Distribution  Jose Rivera, President, Professional Fuel Services  Ramon Gonzalez, Chief Financial Officer, Empire Gas  Hector Colon, Department of Health, Puerto Rico  Angel Davila, President, Hospitals Coalition Meeting 3: Houston, TX; October 22-23, 2018  Mark Sloan, Harris County Emergency Management Coordinator  Phil Palin, Lars Hanson, CNA  John Benzon, Homeland Security Planner, Harris Co. Office of Emergency Management PREPUBLICATION COPY 81

82 STRENGTHENING POST-HURRICANE SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE  Justin Boutilier, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab, Center for Transportation and Logistics  Steve Boyd, Senior Managing Director, Sun Coast Resources  Buster Brown, Director of Scheduling and Shipper Relations, Colonial Pipeline Company  George Buenik, Director, Mayor’s Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security, City of Houston  Colonel Kevin L. Cotman, Commander, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy Americas  Jason C. Exum, Deputy Director, DLA Energy Americas  Rick Flanagan, Emergency Management Coordinator, Office of Emergency Management, City of Houston  Jarrod Goentzel, Director, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab, Center for Transportation and Logistics  Brian Greene, President and CEO, Houston Food Bank  Jeff Gunnulfsen, Senior Director, Security and Risk Management Issues, American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers  Jack Hanagriff, Mayor’s Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security, City of Houston  Scott E. McHugh, Global Director, Crisis Management and Security, LyondellBasell Chemical Company  Jackie Miller, Mayor’s Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security, City of Houston  Captain Steve Nerheim, Director, Vessel Traffic Service, Houston-Galveston Port Coordination Team, Port of Houston  Jamie Padgett, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Rice University  Chris Perkins, Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator, Office of Emergency Management, City of Houston  Bert Sausse, Emergency Operations Coordinator, CenterPoint Energy  Gene Shearer, Supply Chain Advisor, FEMA Logistics Directorate  RJ Thomas, Coastal Bend Council of Governments  Reginald Tuvilla, Emergency Management Response Team Member, Public Utility Commission of Texas  Alexandra Woodruff, Business Strategy Advisor, FEMA Logistics Directorate Fuel Webinar, January 22, 2018  Susan Grissom, Chief Industry Analyst, American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers PREPUBLICATION COPY

APPENDIX A 83  Robert Benedict, Senior Director; Petrochemicals, Transportation, and Infrastructure; American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers  Amy Kalt, Manager of Analytical Services, Baker O’Brien, Inc.  Jeff Gunnulfsen, Senior Director, Security and Risk Management, American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers Meeting 4: Miami, FL; January 29-30, 2019  Ned Bowman, Executive Director, Florida Petroleum Marketers Association  Susan Grissom, Chief Industry Analyst, American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers  David Mica, Executive Director, Florida Petroleum Council  Keith Robson; Manager of Corporate Safety, Security, and Emergency Management; Marathon Petroleum Company  Craig Fugate, Chief Emergency Management Officer, One Concern  Doug Baker, V.P. Industry Relations, Food Marketing Institute  Christine Curtis, Senior Vice-President for Sales and Account Management, C&S Wholesale  Dan Summers, Director, Bureau of Emergency Services, Collier County, Florida  Akhil Agrawal, President, American Medical Depot  Nicolette Louissaint, Executive Director, Healthcare Ready  Linda Rouse O’Neill, Vice President of Government Affairs, Health Industry Distributors Association  Michael Wargo, Vice President of Enterprise Readiness and Emergency Operations, Hospital Corporation of America Healthcare  Kelley Burk, Director, Office of Energy, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services  Beverly Byerts, Private Sector Disaster Coordinator, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity  Martin Senterfitt, Fire Rescue Deputy Chief of Emergency Management, Monroe County, Florida  Philip Palin, Principal Investigator, Institute for Public Research, CNA  David Kaufman, VP and Director, Safety and Security, CNA  Justin Boutilier, Jarrod Goentzel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab, Center for Transportation and Logistics PREPUBLICATION COPY

84 STRENGTHENING POST-HURRICANE SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE Meeting 5: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; March 28, 2019  Nick Peake, Emergency Management Specialist, FEMA National Integration Center  John Rigione, Deputy Logistics Chief, FEMA Region 2 (New York, New Jersy, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands)  Jonathan Garrett, FEMA in St. John  Stevie Henri, Geographic Information Systems Analyst, University of the Virgin Islands  Celia Victor, Administrator of Residential Services, Department of Human Services, U.S. Virgin Islands  Regina Browne, Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency  Glenn Metts, Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, University of the Virgin Islands  Kim Waddell, Director of the Virgin Islands Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, University of the Virgin Islands  Ernest Halliday, Chief Financial Officer, U.S. Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority  Deanna James, Executive Director of St. Croix Foundation  David L. Alderson, Associate Professor, Operations Research, Director, Center for Infrastructure Defense, Naval Postgraduate School  Greg Guannel, Director of Caribbean Green Technology, University of the Virgin Islands Webinar: April 28, 2019  Laura Kwinn Wolf, Director, Division of Critical Infrastructure Protection, Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response PREPUBLICATION COPY

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Resilient supply chains are crucial to maintaining the consistent delivery of goods and services to the American people. The modern economy has made supply chains more interconnected than ever, while also expanding both their range and fragility. In the third quarter of 2017, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria revealed some significant vulnerabilities in the national and regional supply chains of Texas, Florida, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. The broad impacts and quick succession of these three hurricanes also shed light on the effectiveness of the nation's disaster logistics efforts during response through recovery.

Drawing on lessons learned during the 2017 hurricanes, this report explores future strategies to improve supply chain management in disaster situations. This report makes recommendations to strengthen the roles of continuity planning, partnerships between civic leaders with small businesses, and infrastructure investment to ensure that essential supply chains will remain operational in the next major disaster. Focusing on the supply chains food, fuel, water, pharmaceutical, and medical supplies, the recommendations of this report will assist the Federal Emergency Management Agency as well as state and local officials, private sector decision makers, civic leaders, and others who can help ensure that supply chains remain robust and resilient in the face of natural disasters.

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