Emergency Preparedness Seminar for Commercial Property & Security Managers
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!