The next MidAmerica Contingency Planning Association meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 17, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. The featured session will be Lessons Learned from Hurricane Irma and Other Disasters.
A Category 4 hurricane is headed straight for your town. What do you do when a critical recovery team member refuses to evacuate without their pet pot-bellied pig and no hotel will allow it? Well, you rent them a furnished apartment, that’s what you do.
During this session, Beverly Schulz, Vice President of Raymond James’ Business Continuity and Crisis Management programs, will cover lessons learned from the responses to COVID, hurricanes, and numerous other crises. Tips for improving your Crisis Management and Incident Response Programs will also be shared.
At Raymond James, Schulz is responsible for providing policies and frameworks, conducting control testing, setting risk appetites and tolerances, and facilitating the governance processes for Business Continuity, Crisis Management, and Disaster Recovery. She is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) with over 25 years of experience in Business Continuity, Crisis Management, and Disaster Recovery. Over the course of her career, she has led the response to several major disasters, including Hurricanes Irma, Sandy, Gustav and Ike. Prior to joining Raymond James in 2014, Schulz was the Director of Crisis Management and Business Continuity Testing at Capital One.
Registration for this virtual event is now open here.
Learn more about the MidAmerica Contingency Planning Forum here.