We have a wonderful program designed for you on January 10, 2017 to kick off the year. Come join your fellow continuity professionals to be a part of January's presentation on “A Systems Theory Approach to Threat Assessments” by Monika Stoeffl. Leave with best practices applicable to your organization and the opportunity to network with fellow continuity professionals from the Bay Area.
Your RSVP guarantees your place in this event. If a conflict arises in your attendance, and in order to allow our entire membership an opportunity to participate, please modify your registration by Thursday, January 5th.
11:30 - 12:00pm Networking Lunch hosted by Pacific Gas & Electric
12:00 - 12:25pm ACP Chapter Business Meeting
12:30 - 1:15pm Keynote Presentation on “A Systems Theory Approach to Threat Assessments” by Monika Stoeffl
Every organization is comprised of systems that interact with both internal and external environments. When two or more systems connect, the results can bring either beneficial opportunities or “black swan” events. Projects, small to multi-million dollar, have been halted in their tracks because of overlooked system interaction - often with devastating effects. Using case studies, this presentation illustrates the application of systems theory to hazard and threat assessments.
1:15 - 1:30pm Networking Break
1:30 - 2:25pm Roundtable Discussion on A Systems Theory Approach to Threat Assessments
2:25 - 2:30pm Closing
RSVP 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 – Monika Stoeffl
Monika Stoeffl has over 10 years’ experience in emergency management and risk analysis, including writing plans, designing table-top and full-scale exercises, conducting trainings, facilitating cross-agency collaboration, and conducting risk analyses. With a passion for finding connections in complex systems, Monika Stoeffl brings together her diverse backgrounds and experiences in emergency management, business continuity, competitive intelligence, science, anthropology, psychology, project management, and international travel to offer a multi-perspective cross-disciplinary approach to resiliency. She is the Executive Director of the California Resiliency Alliance, a non-profit coordinating cross-sector partnerships and information sharing, and serves as the President of the San Francisco Bay Area ACP Chapter.
***If you are unable to attend after registering, please cancel your registration by Thursday, January 5th to open registration for others.
Location: You must RSVP by the deadline to gain entrance to 245 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
Transportation: BART accessible, fee-based vehicle parking available at public parking facilities in the area