DRI’s Next One-Day Conference: What, Where, When and Who!

Dominican - Guzman Hall - mediumThe next in DRI’s new one-day conference series is coming to the San Francisco Bay Area this July, and you’re cordially invited!

Dominican University of California will host the upcoming DRI Collegiate Conference — a professional-level engagement in an academic setting, this July 10, starting at 8:00 a.m. in San Rafael, CA. The event will bring certified professionals and other business continuity and resiliency thought leaders together for a discussion and exchange of information about the issues facing the industry.

DRI has assembled an expert roster of business continuity leaders for this event. Featured speakers and topics include:

  • Al Berman – President, DRI International
    “Current Issues and Careers in BCP
  • Edward Clayton, CBCP – Advisor of Emergency Response, Chevron
    Aligning with ISO in a Non-regulated Environment
  • Matt Bogaard, CBCP – CEO Bogaard Group International and former Head of Global Security at DreamWorks Animation SKG.
    “Crisis Planning & Strategy: Using Earthquakes as a Case Study
  • Larry Chase, CBCP – Senior Director Enterprise Resiliency, Symantec
    “Executive Buy-in with Risk and Resiliency Management
  • Paula L. Scalingi, Ph.D. – ED, Bay Area Center for Regional Disaster Resilience
    “Gaps in Current Capabilities for Regional Integrated Risk and Resilience/Business and Operational Continuity”

The cost is a $50 donation to the DRI Foundation, and DRI certified professionals will receive full CEAPs for attending. But space is limited, so click here to register today!

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