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We're just a few weeks into the fight against Coronavirus right now and we're already into unprecedented territory with how government and the private sector are engaged in the fight.
In this presentation and open discussion, Bryghtpath Principal & Chief Executive Bryan Strawser will lead attendees through a number of related topics, including:
- Current situational briefing for the Coronavirus Epidemic, incorporating information from WHO, CDC, DHS, FEMA, and the states.
- Lessons learned from the private sector on strategies and tactics for crisis management and business continuity that have proven successful to date
- A forecast for what the next several weeks may look like for the private sector
- Q&A / Open Discussion
About the Presenter
Bryan Strawser, Principal & Chief Executive
Bryan Strawser is Founder, Principal, & Chief Executive at Bryghtpath LLC, a strategic advisory firm he founded in 2014. Bryan has more than twenty-five years of experience in crisis management, business continuity, enterprise risk, and crisis communications.
In addition to his role at Bryghtpath, Bryan currently holds appointments as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at Auburn University and as an Associate Member of the Forum for Private Security Research at King's College, London.
Bryan holds a BS in Criminal Justice Administration from the University of Phoenix and a MBA from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. He is a graduate of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative Executive Program at Harvard University.
Bryan is currently a Master of Arts candidate in the International Relations & Contemporary War program at King’s College, London’s Department of War Studies.