Next Collegiate Conference Announced — First of Its Kind in the Region

DRI_Collegiate Conferences_noRibbon_logo (1)DRI is partnering with the Dominican University of California for its next Collegiate Conference event — the first of its kind in the region!

This professional-level engagement will be held July 10, 2015, in San Rafael, CA. It will bring DRI International certified professionals and other business continuity and resiliency thought leaders together with Dominican faculty and students to discuss preparedness issues and provide valuable networking opportunities.

“The Collegiate Conference series represents DRI’s focus on engaging both the current and upcoming generations of professionals,” says DRI President Al Berman. “It’s a unique way of networking and sharing information for established practitioners who might not be able to spend time or money attending more costly conferences.”

To encourage attendance by all certified professionals, the all-inclusive cost of attendance (including meals and materials) will be a minimal donation of $50 to the DRI Foundation, the charitable arm of DRI International. Admission will be limited, so be sure to register early.

Dominican - Sign - MediumThe event will feature program speakers from Dominican University, DRI International, financial, government, and industry sectors, addressing topics including aligning with ISO in a non-regulated environment, planning for events that can’t be predicted, and current issues in business continuity management. Valuable networking opportunities in this unique environment will be provided throughout the event, which will conclude with a wrap-up panel during which speakers can discuss the questions of the day and allow attendees to pose questions.

For more information and to register for the event, click here.

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