Improving Resilience, One Catastrophe at a Time
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AIR’s Global Resilience Practice helps communities quantify and manage extreme event risks to people, properties, and infrastructure to prepare for disasters before they occur. In this webinar, our global resilience experts will discuss examples of specific projects including disaster risk financing, community resilience, and capacity building for local governments.
|When:|| Wednesday, October 28, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon EDT
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Meet the Speakers:
Roger Grenier, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President
Dr. Roger Grenier is Senior Vice President of AIR’s Global Resilience Practice. He is responsible for developing AIR’s public risk strategy and leading risk reduction and resilience initiatives across the globe. Roger has close to 20 years of catastrophe modeling experience leading teams responsible for product strategy and innovation and developing techniques to evaluate non-modeled catastrophe risk. Roger began his career in the engineering consulting field, working on a wide array of models for environmental, flood, and coastal engineering projects. He received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Tufts University, an M.S. in Civil Engineering from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University.
Dan Raizman is a Manager in AIR’s Global Resilience Practice, providing governments and non-governmental organizations with solutions to help better prepare for and recover from disasters. Prior to joining the Global Resilience Practice, Daniel worked with primary insurers to assess their global catastrophe loss potential for residential, commercial, and workers’ compensation portfolios through the use of AIR’s software and models. Daniel holds an M.Sc. in Geospatial Analysis from University College London (UCL) and a B.A. in French, Economics, and Italian from Vassar College.