Join us for AOBA's annual, popular educational program developed by our Emergency Preparedness Committee. This program is geared to commercial property and security industry professionals, and registration is first-come, first-served.
NOTE: ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
This year's special guest speaker comes highly recommended by colleagues at BOMA-New York and BOMA-Boston.
Members: $45; Non-members: $75. Continental breakfast will be provided.
Lessons Learned: Crisis Communications and Emergency Preparedness
8:30am Continental Breakfast/ Networking
8:45am Welcome and Overview
Matt Smith, Directory of Security, JBG Smith; Chair, Emergency Preparedness Committee; Tracy Seymour, Business Development Manager, Allied Universal; Education Subcommittee Chair
Panel Discussion: Strategic Use of Technology in Crisis Communications
Facilitator: LaNile Dalcour, Director of Security, Brookfield
SPECIAL GUEST: John Tello, Assistant Director, Safety & Security, Boston Properties - Lessons Learned from Boston Marathon bombing
Panelist: Stewart Branam, Director of Security, Lerner – Lessons Learned from Navy Yard shooting
Panelist: Leon Beresford, Vice President-Corporate Operations, Admiral Security Services – Lessons Learned from 2017 Inaugural
Panelist: Aric Mutchnick, President, Experior Group, Inc. – Sharing Best Technology Practices
10:05am Panel Discussion: Lessons Learned from 2017 KEEP Award Recipients
Facilitators: Carol Goodart, Senior General Manager, Jones Lang LaSalle; and Dorothy Hamilton, Senior Vice President-Property Management, STREAM
Maya Harris, Assistant Property Manager, JBG Smith - 1730 M Street, NW
Kevin McHale, Property Manager, JBG Smith, 2345 Crystal Drive
Marissa Thorne, Senior Property Manager, Brookfield, 1250 Conn Ave, NW
10:50am Wrap Up/ Adjourn/ Thanks to Brookfield for hosting, and to our generous 2017 Seminar Sponsors:
PLEASE NOTE OUR REFUND POLICY: For all AOBA educational programs, AOBA does not provide refunds. We understand that last minute circumstances occur; if they do, please consider your registration fee as a contribution to AOBA’s industry education programs. Thank you!