Concurrent Sessions

After careful consideration and much discussion, ResCon 2020 will be moving its dates from its original April 2020 time frame.

We plan to provide the same educational offerings when we hold ResCon at its new time.

These daily interactive sessions range in length from 45 to 60 minutes and feature the brightest minds and top-level professionals. Engage with the session leaders in an intimate setting to create a dynamic, collaborative learning experience. Topics will be distributed across five educational tracks. All listed topics are tentative and subject to change.

 

Topic areas will include (sorted by Track): 

Resilient Technologies*:

 

Resilient Places*:

 

Resilient People*:  

 

Resilient Organizations*:

 

Other Topics*:

 

 

*All listed topics and hosts are subject to change

 

Presenting Organizations Include  (but are not limited to)**:

The National Governors Association

Federal Emergency Management Association

U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency

U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate

State of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development

LA Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

LA Department of Transportation and Development

NY State Department of Environmental Conservation

Maryland Emergency Management Association

Acadiana Planning Commission

New Orleans Redevelopment Authority

The University of New Orleans

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Cornell University

NAACP

Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium

Enterprise Community Partners

International Code Council

The American Flood Coalition

The Nature Conservancy

Delta Design Build

Geospiza, Inc

IBTS

BLOCKS

Thompson Booth

Franklin Associates

 

** Subject to Change