ABOUT NATURAL DISASTER & EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EXPO

How resilient is your organization? Businesses and communities of all sizes are facing this question in light of increasing natural disasters and the extreme, unanticipated impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Now is the time to assess the areas in which your organization can better protect your assets and the individuals who count on us. 

At Natural Disaster & Emergency Management (NDEM) Expo, you will gain the knowledge, discover the tools, and connect with individuals necessary to make your organization more secure and resilient, all while minimizing operational disruptions and ensuring public safety in this ever-changing world. 

EVENT INFORMATION

NDEM DEBUTS IN NOVEMBER 2021

Gain the knowledge, discover the tools, and connect with the individuals necessary to make your organization more secure and resilient.

EXHIBIT

INTERESTED IN EXHIBITING

Expose your brand, products, and services to key decision makers in the industry.

 

DIGITAL

STAY CONNECTED WITH NDEM DIGITAL

Stay up to date on the latest industry trends and technology, through podcasts, webinars, and virtual industry meetups
 

LATEST PODCAST EPISODE

EPISODE 13: Minimizing the Time Between Disaster and Recovery, a Conversation With SBP

After seeing firsthand the inefficiency and slow progress of traditional disaster recovery, Zack Rosenburg and Liz McCartney founded their own non-profit in 2006.  Named for the parish they volunteered in post-Katrina, they called their organization the St. Bernard Project. Today, the organization is known simply as SBP.  Headquartered in New Orleans, SBP seeks to achieve its mission through five interventions:  Rebuild, Share, Prepare, Advice, and Advocate.  In this episode, we speak with JR Sanderson, Senior Government Advisor and Director of the Resiliency and Recovery Lab about his role within SBP in preparing and advising public servants.

 

 

 

NDEM EXPO EDUCATION

The NDEM Expo education program will include interactive sessions presented in collaboration with the Columbia University National Center for Disaster Preparedness and will provide actionable tools and strategies to safeguard your assets and community.

LOCATION

 

Javits Center

665 West 34th Street

November 17-18, 2021