41st Annual Dinner

  • October 04, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • InterContinental Hotel, 888 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Registration

  • Gold Sponsors will get a table of 10 seats, VIP status, top recognition and logo display on programs and photo backdrop, visual / media exposure. Gold sponsors may provide a mounted poster to be displayed in the reception area. Gold sponsors will get two minutes of podium time.
  • Silver Sponsors will get a table of 10 seats, VIP status, recognition and logo display on programs and photo backdrop, visual / media exposure. Silver sponsors may provide a mounted poster to be displayed in the reception area.
  • Bronze Sponsors will get a table of 10 seats and recognition on the sponsor list.
  • Bronze Sponsors will get a table of 10 seats and recognition on the sponsor list. Current paid members get a $200 discount if registering on or before September 7, 2018.
  • Half table sponsors will get 5 seats and recognition on the sponsor list.
  • Contributors will get 2 seats based on availability.
  • Individuals get 1 seat based on availability.

Registration is closed



October 4, 2018

5.30pm - 9pm

InterContinental Hotel
San Francisco

San Francisco is vulnerable to the effects of earthquakes and sea level rise. Earthquakes have historically caused devastation through loss of lives and severe damage to our built environment. Rising bay and coastal water levels already adversely affect San Francisco with periodic flooding of low-lying shoreline areas and increased shoreline erosion. The high probability of earthquakes and anticipated sea level rise pose profound risks to San Francisco’s waterfront infrastructure, water delivery and treatment systems, and the operation of the San Francisco International Airport.

The concept of planning for Resiliency has gained widespread adoption over the past few years. This involves anticipating and understanding the risks and potential impacts from threats, including earthquakes and sea level rise. City planners and policy makers must address significant possible near-term and long-term challenges in creating a resilient city.

Join AAAE and its guests to hear from San Francisco’s premier leaders who are shaping policy and driving initiatives to promote a resilient San Francisco for all its residents and visitors.


Moderator


Brian Strong
San Francisco Chief Resilience Officer and Director
Office of Resilience and Capital Planning


Panelists



Elaine Forbes
Executive Director
Port of San Francisco


Geoff Neumayr
Chief Development Officer
San Francisco International Airport


Kathy How
Chief Engineer and Assistant General Manager,
Infrastructure Division

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission


Please RSVP by September 19, 2018.

To RSVP, please use the links on the left sidebar to choose your sponsorship level.

Current paid AAAE members may register for a discounted Bronze Sponsorship rate until September 7, 2018. After September 7, please email info@aaaenc.org for availability.

Check payments are accepted after online registration. For questions regarding registration or the website, please contact info@aaaenc.org.

The admin will contact you with a request for your guest list (if applicable) and dinner entree choice. The choices are beef, fish, or vegetarian.


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