APPENDIX B
Committee Meeting Agendas

MEETING 1: APRIL 28–29, 2009


DAY ONE

8:00–5:00

Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only)

DAY TWO

8:00

Welcome and Working Breakfast

William Hooke, Chair

8:30

Request to the National Research Council

  • Why the agency is interested in the problem

  • What the agency wants from the study and what it doesn’t want

  • How the report will be used

  • Audience for the report

 

Report from Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Michael Dunaway, DHS

10:15

End of Open Session

10:15–5:00

Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only)



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APPENDIX B Committee Meeting Agendas MEETINg 1: APRIL 28–29, 2009 DAY ONE Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only) 8:00–5:00 DAY TWO Welcome and Working Breakfast 8:00 William Hooke, Chair Request to the National Research Council 8:30 • Why the agency is interested in the problem • What the agency wants from the study and what it doesn’t want • How the report will be used • Audience for the report Report from Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Michael Dunaway, DHS End of Open Session 10:15 Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only) 10:15–5:00 

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APPENDIX B MEETINg 2: SEPTEMBER 9–11, 2009 WORKSHOP ON PRIvATE–PuBLIC SECTOR COLLABORATION TO ENHANCE COMMuNITy DISASTER RESILIENCE DAY ONE Welcome and Introductory Remarks 8:30 William Hooke, Chair Plenary Session 8:45–2:45 Panel One Why a Collaborative Approach to Community Disaster Resilience Must Become a National Priority Reactions and Reflections 8:45 Panelists: Jason McNamara, Chief of Staff, Federal Emergency Management Agency Mary Wong, President, Office Depot Foundation Jim Mullen, Director, Washington State Emergency Management Division Moderator: Randolph Rowel, Committee Member 9:30 Discussion Panel Two Building Community Disaster Resilience through Private–Public Collaboration: W hat Does it Take to Create and Sustain Effective Cross-sector Partnerships at the State and Local Levels? Best Practices for Establishing Sustainable Partnerships 10:30 Panelists: Brit Weber, Program Director, Michigan State University Jami Haberl, Executive Director, Safeguard Iowa Partnership Maria Vorel, National Cadre Manager, Federal Emergency Management Agency Moderator: Inés Pearce, Committee Member 

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Appendix B 11:15 Discussion Lunchtime Presentation: The Critical Importance of Community and 12:00 Cross-Sector Partnerships Arif Alikhan, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development, DHS Panel Three Making the Business Case: Mobilizing Business to Help Ensure Community and National Disaster Resilience Sustaining Business Involvement in Business-government 1:00 Collaboration Panelists: Mickie Valente, President, Valente Strategic Advisers, LLC Stephen Jordan, Executive Director, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Gene Matthews, Senior Fellow, University of North Carolina Moderator: Lynne Kidder, Committee Member 1:45 Discussion Concurrent Sessions 2:45–4:30 Workshop participants to break into four groups; each group to discuss both topics. Factors that facilitate or provide barriers to effective private-public partnerships • Topic 1: Facilitating Factors • Topic 2: Barriers Plenary Session 4:30–5:30 Summary and Discussion of Concurrent Sessions 4:30 Adjourn 5:30 

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APPENDIX B DAY TWO Plenary Session 8:30–4:30 Panel Four Roles and Perspectives of State and Local government in Building Community Resilience F itting in a National Framework 8:30 Panelists: Governor Scott McCallum (Wisconsin, 2001-2003), President and CEO, The Aidmatrix Foundation, Inc. Ron Carlee, County Manager, Arlington County, Virginia Leslie Luke, Group Program Manager, County of San Diego, California Moderator: Michael Lesnick, Committee Member 9:15 Discussion Presentation: The DHS voluntary Private Sector Preparedness 10:15 Accreditation and Certification Program Emily Walker, National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States 11:00 Discussion 11:30 Lunch Concurrent Sessions 12:30–2:00 Workshop participants to break into four groups; each group to discuss both topics. Building Sustainable Partnerships • Topic 3: Sustainability • Topic 4: Resilience-building Efforts and Widespread Implementation F inal Plenary Session 2:15–4:30 Summary and Discussion of Concurrent Sessions 2:15 

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Appendix B Presentation: Overarching Workshop Themes 3:15 Brent Woodworth, Committee Member Discussion: game Changing Ideas and the Path Forward 3:40 Closing Remarks 4:20 William Hooke, Chair Adjourn 4:30 DAY THREE Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only) 8:30–4:30 MEETINg 3: OCTOBER 19–20, 2009 DAY ONE Welcome and Introductions 8:00 William Hooke, Chair Panel One: Members of the ICMA 8:20 Panelists: Craig Malin, City Manager, Davenport, Iowa Joyce Wilson, City Manager, El Paso, Texas Moderator: Lynne Kidder, Committee Member 8:50 Panel Discussion and Question/Answer Period Break 9:40 Panel Two: Models for Successful Community Organizing 10:00 Panelists: Claudia Albano, Assistant Public Safety Coordinator, City of Oakland, California Darius A. Stanton, Vice President, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore, Maryland Moderator: Arrietta Chakos, Committee Member 

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APPENDIX B 10:30 Panel Discussion and Question/Answer Period Discussions Continue during Working Lunch 11:45 End of Open Session 1:00 Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only) 1:00–5:00 DAY TWO Closed Session (Committee and NRC Staff Only) 8:00–5:00 MEETINg 4: DECEMBER 3–4, 2009 Held entirely in closed session (Committee and NRC Staff Only)