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March 2017 VIRTUAL Monthly Meeting Announcement

Come join your fellow continuity professionals and participate in a presentation on “Understanding Regional Resiliency Efforts and the Ripple Effect in the Bay Area by Dr. Quintus Jett, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University and Member of Resilient America Roundtable Committee on March 14, 2017! We are in a unique geographical area in the Bay Area. Our decisions before, during and after crises affect our organizations, our people and the public at large. Data, or information, is collected and used that drives our decisions. How data is collected may greatly influence your decisions! Do you have to analyze data or reports and make informed decisions? Do you rely on information from outside sources and understand the purpose of the background information collected? Learn to navigate data sources and avoid building or relying on "silos of resiliency" and what the affects are to your local response efforts. Come join Dr. Quintus Jett as he navigates you through his experience gathering, reading and reporting data on resiliency at the local, area and regional level, and how analyzing data correctly affects your organization, its partners, and the Bay Area as a whole.

Your RSVP guarantees your place in this event. If a conflict arises please cancel your registration as soon as possible.


1:00 - 1:15pm Welcome & Announcements

1:15 - 2:15pm Speaker Introduction & Presentation

“Understanding Regional Resiliency Efforts and the Ripple Effect in the Bay Area by Dr. Quintus Jett,

2:15 - 2:25pm Q and A

2:25 - 2:30pm Meeting Closing

Register today! You will not want to miss the meeting and the opportunity to network with the Bay Area’s broadest group of industry professionals!

About Our Keynote Speaker – Dr. Quintus Jett, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University

Quintus Jett is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University, Newark, NJ in the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA), in conjunction with the Rutgers Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (CUEED). Dr. Jett received his doctorate in Organizations and Management from Stanford University’s School of Engineering. He also holds a master’s in Industrial Engineering from Stanford, and is an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania. He began his professional career at IBM, and worked for several years at Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA center managed by the California Institute of Technology. At Rutgers, Dr. Jett teaches related topics such as social entrepreneurship, management consulting, public administration, and public service organizations. Previously he has been a faculty member at both Rice University and Dartmouth College.

The ResilientAmerica Roundtable and its programs aim to help communities and the nation build resilience to extreme events, save lives, and reduce the physical and economic costs of disasters.

***If you are unable to attend after registering, please
cancel your registration as soon as possible.

Location: Virtual Meeting

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Organizer of SF ACP March 2017 VIRTUAL Membership Meeting

The Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) is a non-profit trade association dedicated to fostering continued professional growth and development in effective Contingency & Business Resumption Planning. ACP is the recognized premier international networking and information exchange organization in the business continuity industry.

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