Superstorm? Super session! Don’t miss our Superstorm Sandy Panel at DRI2013! The session features three superb speakers with real, first-hand Sandy stories to tell. The speakers are AnneMarie Staley of NYSE Euronext, Greg Pinchbeck of Citi, and Bill Evans of ABC News!
The three will recount Sandy experiences, share lessons learned, and take questions from the crowd during the session, on Wednesday, June 5 at 4:45 p.m. Get your questions ready, and here’s a little more about our speakers:
AnneMarie Staley is the Director for Global Business Continuity Management at NYSE Euronext. In this capacity, AnneMarie engages with senior and executive management across the organization to develop, implement and manage the business continuity and disaster recovery arenas across seven countries. AnneMarie has been helping to build NYSE Euronext’s Business Continuity Management program since 2002–prior to the NYSE she worked in business continuity for Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC). Her industry memberships include: BCP Steering Committee for SIFMA (Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association); Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC), Contingency Planning Exchange (CPE); Association for Contingency Planners (ACP) and Women’s Bond Club.
AnneMarie is a DRI International Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and an MBCI, certified by the Business Continuity Institute. In addition to Board Chair of the DRI Foundation, she is a Board Director of DRI International, sits on the NYSE Euronext Diversity Council and is on the Planning Committee for NY/NJ FIRST Robotics, an international organization designed to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders.
Greg Pinchbeck serves as the Continuity of Business and Controls Director in the Global Consumer Operations and Technology business with Citi. Prior to Citi, Greg was the Head of Resiliency & Recovery for the Royal Bank of Scotland, Americas region. He was also the Executive Director for Resiliency in the Treasury & Security Services line of business at JPMorgan Chase where he was responsible for the global alignment and linkage of business continuity and disaster recovery across 37 countries and a member of the bank’s crisis management team. Greg held a similar role with Bank One and has held consulting positions at SunGard, Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and KPMG.
Dr. Bill Evans is Senior Meteorologist for Channel 7 Eyewitness News and is the popular 12-time Emmy Award winning weather anchor for Eyewitness News This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon.
Bill also forecasts the weather on WPLJ-FM Radio’s Scott & Todd in the Morning in New York and on WGCH Business Talk Radio in Greenwich, CT as well as for the ABC Radio Network and ESPN Radio. He often fills in for Sam Champion on ABC News’ Good Morning America, and has appeared on LIVE! with Regis and Kelly, ESPN Sports Center, the Discovery Channel’s How Stuff Works and Martha Stewart Radio.
Before joining the Eyewitness News team in 1989, Bill was a Meteorologist at WFAA-TV in Dallas and morning show host for KHYI-FM Radio there. Before that he was Meteorologist for WALA-TV in Mobile, AL and was radio morning show host for Mobile’s WABB-FM Radio. Bill began his broadcasting career at the age of 13 in his hometown of Meridian, Mississippi as a DJ on WDAL Radio and WTOK-TV, where he presented his first weathercast.
Bill is no stranger to the sound and fury of hurricanes. Growing up in Mississippi, he experienced first-hand the awesome power of Hurricane Camille, one of the most powerful and destructive hurricanes in America’s history. He turned his interest in the causes and effects of severe weather into a career after earning a BA from Mississippi State University and a degree in Meteorology from Jackson State University. He also holds a degree from Sussex Community College. In 1985, Bill was awarded the prestigious broadcast Seal of Approval from The American Meteorological Society and has been honored by The National Weather Service as “Outstanding Meteorologist.” Bill was recently awarded “Doctor of Humane Letters” from Dowling College, Oakdale, NY.