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The Community Recovery and Resilience Leadership Forum

October 24, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri

After a year of devastating natural catastrophes, insurance industry experts, policymakers, scientists and environmentalists from across the country gathered in Kansas City on October 24, 2018 to discuss community-focused strategies for improving natural disaster resilience and closing the protection coverage gap at the Community Recovery and Resilience Leadership Forum.

The forum covered a number of important issues raised by the rising risks communities across the country face from disasters, including examining the importance of preventative measures to prepare communities for future disasters and keep people safe, as well as exploring how governments and community leaders can collaborate to close the protection gap for earthquake and flood risk, and to advance best practices for risk mitigation and reduction.

Pictured left to right are: John Huff (President & CEO, ABIR), Angela Nelson (Director, Division of Market Regulation, Missouri Department of Insurance), Roy Wright (President & CEO, IBHS) , Craig Tillman (President, WeatherPredict Consulting Inc./President, RenaissanceRe Risk Sciences Foundation)), Michael Cohen (Vice President, Government Affairs & Engagement, RenaissanceRe), Ray Lehman (Director, Finance, Insurance & Trade Policy R Street Institute), Samantha Medlock (SVP, Head of North America Capital, Science & Policy Practice, Willis Towers Watson), Brian Treece (Mayor, City of Columbia, Missouri), Michael Consedine (CEO, NAIC), Stephen Weinstein (SVP and Group General Counsel, RenaissanceRe/Chairman, RenaissanceRe Risk Sciences Foundation), Daniel Stander (Global Managing Director, RMS), Jenn Fogel-Bublick (Partner, Capitol Counsel) and Nancy Watkins (Principal, Consulting Actuary, Milliman).