SDRP 2018 Annual Meeting

At the June 19-20, 2018 meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida, SDRP convened leaders from the public and private sectors to focus on resilient disaster recovery. The theme of this meeting was Resilient Disaster Recovery: Building Back Better in the Public and Private Sectors. Check out the Meeting Report to learn more about presentations and conversations that participants shared.

SDRP’s mission is to bring together partners to strengthen the ability of the Southeast’s coastal economy and environment to recover from the next coastal storm. Learn more about SDRP.


Meeting Goals

  1. Provide learning opportunities for partners and all attendees, such as examples of success stories from other places that are tailorable

  2. Provide opportunities for partners and all attendees to generate connections across sectors and states
  3. Agree upon implementable strategies to solidify network in Year 3 and carry forth the work in a variety of funding contexts

Day 1 – June 19, 2018

Welcome

  • Resilient Disaster Recovery: Building Back Better in the Public and Private Sectors (Amanda Martin, SDRP & University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) – PDF

Keynote

  • Keynote Address (Alana Kuhn, FEMA) – PDF

Resilient Redevelopment in Public and Private Sectors

  • Hurricane Maria Recovery (Ruperto Chaparro, Puerto Rico Sea Grant) – PDF
  • Using Natural Solutions to Build A Resilient Georgia Coast: A Camden County Pilot Project (Ashby Nix Worley, The Nature Conservancy) – PDF
  • Private Sector Resilience: Lessons Learned from Recent Disasters (Scott Cave, Atlantic Business Continuity Services)

Public-Private Partnerships for Disaster Recovery & Resilience

  • Public-Private Partnerships for Disaster Recovery (Amanda Martin, SDRP & University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) – PDF
  • Economic Recovery Support Function (Jennifer Kline, Georgia Department of Natural Resources)
  • Charleston Resilience Network (Dan Burger, Charleston Resilience Network) – PDF
  • Miami-Dade County Private Partnership Program and Preparedness (Steve Detwiler, Miami-Dade County Emergency Management) – PDF
  • Resiliency and Sea Level Rise in Northeast Florida (Margo Moehring, Northeast Florida Regional Council) – PDF
  • Hurricane Matthew Disaster Recovery and Resilience Initiative: Linking Education, Research, and Translation through Disaster Recovery Planning and Policy (Gavin Smith, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) – PDF (image quality reduced)

Day 2 – June 20, 2018

Plenary

  • Reaching Resilience Scalable Solutions to a Complex Problem (April Geruso, Hagerty Consulting) – PDF

SDRP Spotlight

  • South Carolina: Project Update (Sarah Pickhardt, South Carolina Emergency Management) – PDF
  • Georgia: Disaster Recovery and Redevelopment Planning (Jennifer Kline, Georgia Department of Natural Resources)
  • Miami-Dade County: Comprehensive Recovery Strategy Project (Steve Detwiler, Miami-Dade County Emergency Management) – PDF
  • North Carolina: Hurricane Matthew Best Practices and Lessons Learned (Jessica Southwell, North Carolina Emergency Management) – PDF

Leveraging SDRP Progress for Future Opportunities

  • Leveraging SDRP Progress for Future Opportunities (Amanda Martin, SDRP & University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) – PDF

Regional Resilience Partnerships

  • Southeastern and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice (Sarah Watson, South Carolina Sea Grant) – PDF
  • Developing and Maturing Community Partnerships (Dennis Reid, Association of Continuity Professionals)
  • Gulf of Mexico Regional Resilience Partnerships (Heidi Stiller, NOAA Office of Coastal Management) – PDF
  • Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability (Susan Gibson, Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability)

Meeting Materials

Agenda (PDF, 307KB)

Meeting Report (PDF, 775KB)


Meeting Contact

Amanda Martin, Project Coordinator, at (857) 719-2560 or awm@live.unc.edu