Join Continuity Insights for an in-depth discussion with experts from MIT, NYU, and VCU who have put much planning and effort into developing and maintaining their Business Continuity Programs. As large, complex, and global institutions, their programs engage multitudes of diverse business units in the process of building resilience and ensuring they continue their educational missions.
This new webinar, Implementing and Managing Business Continuity Programs in Large and Complex Institutions: A Discussion with MIT, NYU and VCU, is scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Register here.
Maria Bouffard, the founding Director of Emergency Management at Yale University and the Higher Education Client Success Director for Veoci, will moderate this roundtable discussion with an expert panel of emergency management and preparedness professionals from leading US universities.
As a webinar attendee, you will come away with key insights including:
- How these institutions of higher education planned and strategized the implementation and execution of their BCP programs.
- What special considerations were taken to engage specialized business units such as laboratories, medical units, or international programs.
- How our panelists manage their programs today, what lessons they’ve learned along the way, and how they adjusted to the growing needs of their institutions.
The expert panel includes:
Steven Taddonio, CBCI
Emergency Management Specialist
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
William Karnadi, MPA
Manager, Emergency Management
Department of Public Safety
New York University
Anne Marie McLaughlin, CEM CBCP
Director of Emergency Management and Continuity
New York University
Director of Emergency Preparedness
Virginia Commonwealth University Police
Registration for Implementing and Managing Business Continuity Programs in Large and Complex Institutions: A Discussion with MIT, NYU and VCU is now open here.