go to site Jessica Freame, Project Director, Ten Year Mental Health Plan Implementation,
Department of Health and Human Services.
Jessica Freame began her career in the Victorian public service over 10 years ago in the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. She was one of the first employees of the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority following the 2009 Victorian bushfires, working particularly in policy development and implementation. With the closure of the Authority in 2011, Jess lead the establishment of the Fire Recovery Unit, which she managed for over three years, gaining unique insight into the complexities of long-term disaster recovery and working closely with the bereaved community and local community groups. In early 2015, Jess took on the role of Director, Relief and Recovery at the newly formed organisation, Emergency Management Victoria, which is responsible for the coordination of emergency management before, during and after a disaster. Recently Jess has accepted a new role as the Project Director for the Ten Year Mental Health Plan at the Department of Health and Human Services, where concepts of resilience and recovery are just as critical.
forex 24 Mayor of Christchurch, Hon. Lianne Dalziel
Lianne served as a Cabinet Minister in the 5th Labour Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Rt. Hon Helen Clark (1999-2008). During that time Lianne held a
number of portfolios, including Immigration, Commerce, Food Safety, Women’s Affairs & Senior Citizens and associate roles in Education and Justice. After the change in government in 2008, she was elected to chair the Commerce Select Committee, which had oversight of the regulation of the non-banking finance sector.
The Christchurch East electorate was severely affected by the 2010/11 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence and Lianne played an important role in ensuring that her constituents
had access to accurate information, as well as ensuring that their concerns were communicated to decision-makers. Lianne was invited to join the UNISDR’s Parliamentary
Advisory Group on Disaster Risk Reduction in 2012. With this background, Lianne has become a champion of resilience, with Christchurch selected as one of the first tranche of
cities to participate in the 100 Resilient City Network pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation. Since becoming Mayor, Lianne has presented at a number of conferences
- NZ Emergency Management & Business Resilience Summit, 25-26 Feb 2014,
Wellington, NZ – “Learning from the past: an investment in future resilience”
- Australian & NZ Disaster & Emergency Management Conference, 5-7 May 2014,
Gold Coast, Australia – “Never let a Serious Crisis go to Waste”
- 2014 Understanding Risk Forum 30 June-4 July 2014, London – “Understanding
Urban Risk and Building Resilient Cities”
- 2015 United Nations 3rd World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, 14-18 March
2015, Japan – Working Sessions: “Risk Identification & Assessment” and “DRM for
http://www.cdesoft.com/br/17/ Professor Virginia Murray, Consultant in Global Disaster Risk Reduction, Public Health England
Professor Virginia Murray was appointed as Consultant in Global Disaster Risk Reduction for Public Health England in April 2014. This appointment is to take forward her work as vice-chair of the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) Scientific and Technical Advisory Group and as the Chair of the Science & Technology Organizing Committee for the UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 January 27-29 2016 and published the Reflections on a Science and Technology Agenda for 21st Century Disaster Risk Reduction Based on the Scientific Content of the 2016 UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030 peer review paper in March 2016 within two months with seven co-authors and over 100 contributing authors. She is also a a member of the International Council of Science Unions’ Scientific Committee for the Integrated Research on Disaster Risk and co-chair of the IRDR’s Disaster Loss Data (DATA) project is the information dissemination, networking and collaboration forum for the growing network of stakeholders from different disciplines and sectors to study issues related to the collection, storage and dissemination of disaster loss data. She is also a member of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network for Data
Prior to this she was appointed as Head of Extreme Events and Health Protection, Public Health England in January 2011. With the Extreme Events team, she helped to develop evidence base information and advice on flooding, heat, cold, volcanic ash, and other extreme weather and natural hazards events. Previously she provided evidence based preparedness, response and recovery advice on acute and chronic air, water, land and product related chemical incidents. Appointed as Visiting Professor in Health Protection, MRC-HPA Centre for Environment and Health, Imperial College and King’s College, London (2004) and Honorary Professor at University College London (2013), she has published widely.
http://www.pettigna.com/dre/orari-migliori-per-fare-forex Prof. Makarand (Mark) Hastak, Ph.D., P.E., CCP
Dr. Hastak is the Professor and Head of the Division of Construction Engineering and Management as well as Professor of Civil Engineering at Purdue University. He has been involved with the construction industry for the past 30 years where he has conducted research, taught, and assisted industry in the area of construction engineering and management including disaster risk reduction, infrastructure management, cost control, project management decision-making, risk management, and strategic planning. Dr. Hastak is a Professional Engineer (PE) and a Certified Cost Professional (CCP). He has authored and co-authored over 180 publications including journal papers, peer-reviewed conference papers, book chapters, and several other publications. Dr. Hastak has co-authored a widely used book on Infrastructure Planning, Engineering, and Economics through McGraw-Hill (2015, Second Edition). He has served on the Education Board of the Association for Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE) for over twelve years (2004-2016). He is the editor for the 6th edition of the Skills and Knowledge of Cost Engineering (published in Fall 2015) and the 2nd Edition of the CCP Certification Study Guide published in Spring 2016.
Prof. Hastak has developed and manages several web portals as a public service to the construction industry including:
(1) The Emerging Construction Technologies (http://wpvcemweb02.itap.purdue.edu/ect/default.aspx)
(2) The Academic Breakthroughs in Construction Engineering & Management (http://wpvcemweb01.itap.purdue.edu/phd2), and
(3) Purdue Index for Construction (Pi-C), (http://wpvcemweb01.itap.purdue.edu/CEM/Pi-C).
He has been the Editor-in-Chief of the ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering (2009-2015) and the Chair of the National Consortium of Housing Research Centers (NCHRC) (2008-2010). Dr. Hastak is one of the founders and the past chair of the Global Leadership Forum for Construction Engineering and Management programs (GLF-CEM) (http://wpvcemweb01.itap.purdue.edu/glf/default.aspx). He is a Fellow of the American Council on Education (batch of 2013-14) as a recognition of his leadership capabilities.
Dr. Hastak received his undergraduate education in India, MSCE degree from the University of Cincinnati, and PhD in Civil Engineering from Purdue University. In addition, he has achieved three certificates from Cornell University in Executive Leadership, Financial Management, and Advanced Strategic Human Resource Management. He worked as a Postdoc at Georgia Tech and as a faculty at NYU-Tandon School of Engineering, University of Cincinnati, and currently at Purdue University.
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Board Member, New York Says Thank You Foundation
Suzanne is a certified, award-winning and internationally-recognized author, crisis management consultant, instructor and speaker, who has helped governments, communities and companies plan for and respond to disasters for nearly twenty years. She was recently named 2016’s ‘Continuity & Resilience Consultant of the Year – North America’ by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), and has received several other recent awards, including the 2016 Business Excellence Award, ‘Emergency Management Consultant of the Year – Canada’, the 2016 Innovation & Excellence Award – Sustained Excellence in Emergency Management (Canada), as well as the 2015 Innovation & Excellence Award, ‘Excellence in Emergency Management – Canada’, and named 2015’s ‘Best Crisis Management Consultant – Ontario’. She is also the recipient of the 2014 International Business Excellence Award – Crisis Communications Consultant of the Year (Canada), and the 2014 Alumni Achievement Award from her alma mater, Cambrian College.
Throughout her career, Suzanne has been professionally and/or personally involved in responding to crises such as the San Bernardino and 9/11 terror attacks, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, the 1998 “Ice Storm of the Century” in Eastern Canada, the 2003 Northeast Blackout, the SARS epidemic, the H1N1 pandemic, as well as numerous floods, fires, severe storms and reputational crises. Prior to her career in business continuity and emergency management, Suzanne was a news reporter and anchor, as well as government press secretary/communications advisor and speechwriter.
Suzanne is a current Board Member of the Safe America Foundation, the New York Says Thank You Foundation, the World Conference on Disaster Management, and RES/CON New Orleans. She is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) through the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), as well as a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) through Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII) and a certified Member of the Business Continuity Institute (MBCI).
Suzanne’s critically-acclaimed 2015 book, Disaster Heroes (Foreword provided by the Hon. Tom Ridge, first U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security), tells the stories of ordinary men, women and children who have done extraordinary things to help respond, recover and rebuild following some of the world’s most significant modern disasters.
Associate professor at Pusan National University
Juchul Jung received the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Urban Engineering from Pusan National University in February 1996. The following March, he entered the Graduate School of Urban Engineering at Pusan National University, where he received the degree of Master of Urban Engineering in February 1998. In August 1999, he began his second master studies in Urban Planning at Texas A&M University, College Station, where he received the degree of Master of Urban Planning in May 2001. He entered the doctoral program in Community and Regional Planning at the University of Texas at Austin in August 2001. In 2005 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference, he was awarded the ACSP/IBHS Award for land use planning and natural hazards sponsored by Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS).
From 2006 to 2010, he had worked as a research fellow in Korean Environment Institute, which is institution sponsored by Korean government. Now, he is an associate professor at Pusan National University. He is teaching on land use planning, natural hazard mitigation planning, environmental planning, community facility planning, and research design. Also, he is an associate dean of Graduate School of Environmental Studies Program and director of Department of Urban Engineering.
Dr Dean Myburgh, General Manager – District Services, Far North District Council
Prof. Abbas Rajabifard, Head of Department of Infrastructure Engineering, The University of Melbourne
Dr Niluka Domingo, Massey University, New Zealand
Professor Suzanne Wilkinson, The University of Auckland, New Zealand