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Appendix B Workshop Agenda Tuesday, January 18th Keynote Presentation Grand A Room, Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel 17:30-18:30 Craig Colten, Louisiana State University, Keynote presentation “Forgetting the Unforgettable: Social Memory and Resilience in New Orleans” 18:30-19:30 Committee Dinner 91
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92 APPENDIX B Wednesday, January 19th Field Tour, New Orleans and Coastal Mississippi Lobby, Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel 7:50-8:00 Bus Pickup 8:00-11:30 New Orleans, guided by Dr. Pam Jenkins, University of New Orleans 8:15-09:45 Visit Holy Cross neighborhood, Holy Cross Carbon Neutral Plan, Make It Right (Lower 9th), Bayou Bienvenue restoration, and Lower 9th Ward, with guidance from Doug Meffert, Tulane University. 10:00-11:15 Visit New Orleans East, Versailles community, Vietnamese community and Community Development Corporation, Inc. 11:20-12: 30 Drive to Waveland, Mississippi 12:30-15:00 Mississippi visits: Waveland, Gulfport, and Biloxi, guided by Tracie Sempier, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium; and Ronnie Schumann, University of South Carolina 12:30-13:10 Waveland, Mississippi. Visit with Mayor David Garcia and Fire Chief Mike Smith at Community Civic Center. 13:20-14:45 Windshield visits to localities in Waveland, Gulfport, Biloxi corridor. 15:00-17:00 Knight Nonprofit Center, 11975 Seaway Road Suite B250, Gulfport Discussion about resilience topics: Alice Graham, Executive Director, Mississippi Coast Interfaith Disaster Task Force John Hosey, Disaster Behavioral Health Project Manager, Mississippi Coast Interfaith 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, 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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93 APPENDIX B Lori West, Gulf Region Director, IRD, US Gulf Coast Community Resource Centers 17:00-19:00 Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel, New Orleans Thursday, January 20th Workshop Toulouse A & B, Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel 8:30-8:40 Welcome and introductions by Susan Cutter, Committee Chair 8:40-8:45 Senator Mary Landrieu, opening remarks (via videotape) 8:45-9:30 Keynote presentation Allison Plyer, Greater New Orleans Community Data Center “The New Orleans at Five: From Recovery to Transformation” 9:40–15:00 Panel sessions (5) Facilitated by Ann Olsen, Meridian Institute; panels moderated by members of the committee 9:40-10:25 Business-Insurance-Real Estate panel Julie Rochman, President and CEO, Institute for Business and Home Safety Eric Nelson, Travelers Vice President, Personal Insurance Ommeed Sathe, Director of Real Estate Strategy, New Orleans Redevelopment Authority Moderated by Howard Kunreuther 10:25-10:40 Break 1040-1125 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, Director, Transmission Project Management and Construction and Incident Commander, Entergy Corporation
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94 APPENDIX B Frank Wise, Verizon Wireless Moderated by Gerry Galloway 1130-1215 Governance panel Earthea Nance, University of New Orleans Bill Stallworth, Executive Director/Councilman East Biloxi Coordination and Relief Center/Biloxi City Council 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 Moderated by Ellis Stanley, Sr. 1215-1315 Lunch 1315-1400 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 Moderated by Susan Scrimshaw 1405-1450 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 Garcia Bodley, Program Director for the Louisiana Spirit Coastal Recovery Counseling Program Paul Byers, Acting State Epidemiologist, Mississippi State Department of Health Moderated by Monica Schoch-Spana 1450-1510 Break
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95 APPENDIX B 1510-1630 Open Discussion Committee, panelists, and audience open discussion on: business-insurance-real estate; critical infrastructure; governance; public health; and social capital 1630-1730 Plenary session 1900-2100 Working Committee Dinner Conversations with guests: John Barry (author) and Commissioner Mike Chaney (Insurance Commissioner, Mississippi)
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