Second Annual Tribal Leaders National Emergency Management Mid-Year Briefing

June 4-5, 2018

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, Anaheim, CA

Details

The Second Annual Tribal Leaders National Emergency Management Mid-Year Briefing will be held June 4th-5th, 2018 at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa in Anaheim, CA

In our ongoing effort to keep tribes informed and safe, Native Nation Events is happy to welcome The National Tribal Emergency Management Council (NTEMC) to bring you critical topics, expert speakers and updates to support tribal leaders in ensuring their tribe’s wellbeing.

Over the course of two days, tribal leaders will learn about critical updates regarding emergency management and have an opportunity to meet the NTEMC staff. You’ll hear about projects that Tribal Emergency Managers are currently advancing and have an opportunity for Q&A following each day of the conference.

4 Conferences for the Price of 1!
This event is being held in conjunction with our:
12th Annual Native American Economic Development Conference
Seventh Annual Native American Housing Conference
Ninth Annual Native American Healthcare Conference
When you register for one event, you will have access to all four!

The Northwest Tribal Emergency Management Council (NWTEMC) is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization that was initially formed in 2004 as a consortium of Tribes in the Northwest region of Washington State to help Tribes participate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management preparedness efforts. In 2008, the NWTEMC incorporated for the purposes of information sharing and solidarity in dealing with homeland security/emergency management/public health issues as they pertain to Native Nations.  In 2010, the NWTEMC created the National Tribal Emergency Management Council bringing Tribes and Tribal emergency management organizations from around the Nation together to expand our efforts in sharing information and best practices and to discuss public safety, public health and homeland security issues affecting those in Indian Country. The mission of the NWTEMC-NTEMC is to remain committed to Sovereign Immunity, assisting our Tribal Nations with building infrastructure and internal capacity. NWTEMC-NTEMC would like to thank Native Nation Events for believing in the importance of their mission and allowing them the opportunity to bring this important training to you. 

To speak with a representative about attending, speaking, exhibiting or sponsoring, please call us 201-857-5333 or email sales@nativenationevents.org.  We hope to see you in Disneyland!

Hotel & Venue
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Hotel Information

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

1600 S. Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, California 92802
(714) 635-2300
(714) 300-7300

The special rate for the conference is $254.00.
A limited number of rooms are reserved at this rate. To secure a room please contact the Disneyland® Resort by clicking the button below and booking online 24/7 or by calling (714) 520-5005, M-F from 8 am to 5 pm PST.

Reservations must be made by Monday, May 14, 2018 or before the group rooms are sold out, so do not delay. Prevailing rates may apply after this date or when the group rooms are sold out, whichever occurs first. Rooms are subject to availability.

Agenda
Sponsors

Exhibitors

For information about speaking, sponsoring and exhibiting opportunities, contact Dan O’Connor at 201-857-5333 or sales@nativenationevents.org

This event is being held in conjunction with our:
• 12th Annual Native American Economic Development Conference
• Ninth Annual Native American Healthcare Conference
• Seventh Annual Native American Housing Conference
They will share one exhibit hall so when you sign up for one you will have access to all attendees, giving you the opportunity to network with hundreds of decision makers from throughout the U.S.

Testimonials

“Attendance for the content of the conference is critical. There are only a few opportunities that exist to gather this type of information that is relevant to the Tribes. The networking opportunities were AMAZING. The entire opportunity to get critical information in front of the Tribal Leaders cannot be underscored in any way. This conference was spectacular. The conference planning staff was amazing. We look forward to next year!”
-Lynda Zambrano, Executive Director, NTEMC

“Very informative with good updates on the current status of emergency management in Indian Country.”
-Aaron Workman, Tribal Administration Manager, Cowlitz Indian Tribe

“A great conference to help learn the EM program and to receive updates in Indian County.”
-Kim Stube, Director of Transportation, Cowlitz Tribe

“Go for sure. The events are well done. I enjoyed very much meeting new contacts and having great discussions. We are always treated very well and assistance if needed is always there. We love helping tribes prepare and these events help us do that.”
-Kevin Foley, Project manager / Disaster Preparedness, Ready America

“Good conference and very worthwhile. Very valuable contacts made.”
-Vince Davis, Founder/President – Author Native Family Disaster Preparedness Handbook, Preparedness Matters

“It was well organized and run.”
-Michael Arnold, WMDE Group

Register

Registration is now closed.