The Virtual Conference is currently in session, but it’s not too late to join us. All registered attendees will receive access to previous sessions on-demand!
September 23 – October 28, 2020
Developing Action Plans and Themes for Real Cultural Change
Building a Culture of Preparedness- FAIR Foundation Virtual Conference Series is a six week virtual event that will provide solutions on how stakeholders can unite to promote consumer education, resiliency through mitigation, improved disaster preparedness, closing the insurance protection gap, and developing action plans and strategies for meaningful progress and cultural change. Attendees and speakers include realtors, emergency managers, engineers, mitigation professionals, insurers and reinsurers, insurance agents, construction and technology companies, and local governments.
Universal Pass- $299: 6 week access to entire Virtual Conference Series.
One Day Subject Track Pass- $149: Limited 1 day access to one subject track.
Track 1: Emergency Management
- The Human Nature Challenge: How People Deal with Catastrophes
- Identifying and Serving At-Risk Populations
- Evacuating and Sheltering During a Pandemic
- BONUS PANEL- “Get Ready Broward!” Initiative.
Track 2: Resiliency Public Policy
- Urban Resiliency: Panel of City Mayors discuss their efforts and challenges
- Resiliency Through Mitigation
- Flood Risk Management—What Changes are on the Horizon?
- BONUS PANEL- First Street Foundation- Flood Factor
Track 3: Real Estate and Risk
- Realtors–The New Flood Insurance Experts? How do we increase flood insurance coverage?
- Water Pollution: Impacts on Real Estate, Tourism, and Risk Management
- Benefit-Cost Analysis: Floodplain and Sea Level Rise
- BONUS PANEL- NAHREP– Minorities and home ownership at disproportionate risk of sea level rise and other catastrophic events?
Track 4: Risk Management
- BONUS PANEL NOAA- Green Infrastructure
- Who Owns the Risk?
- Technology Trends: Reducing Risk Through Mitigation Technology
- Claims Management
- BONUS PANEL- Property Assessed Clean Energy option for funding mitigation and resiliency.
Track 5: Property and Flood Insurance
- NFIP Reauthorization and Reform
- Private Flood Insurance: Then, Now, What’s to Come?
- Concurrent Causation: Was it Flood or Was it Wind?
- BONUS PANEL- “Fire Side Chat” featuring David I. Maurstad, FEMA Deputy Associate Administrator for Insurance and Mitigation and senior executive of the National Flood Insurance Program, National Flood Insurance Program
Track 6: Litigation: First Party Property
- To sue or not to sue: When is litigation ripe?
- Decorum in Litigation: Fantasy or possibility?
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