May 2017 Monthly Membership Meeting
Come join your fellow continuity professionals for this highly anticipated membership meeting with David Rinetti, Vice President, Stadium Operations at Oakland Athletics at the Oakland Colisseum on Tuesday, May 9, 2017! Come join us as we learn about "Collaborative Preparation & Response: The Oakland Athletics Story" and the complexities of crisis management and disaster readiness of one of the Bay Area's largest venues. Gain an understanding of the Oakland Athletics' cross-sector incident response capabilities. How does your campus stack up to handle cross-sector partnerships? Want to know how David manages crisis response that incorporates public safety, public transportation, local business along with thousands of fans? Learn from the best of the Bay! And, while you are there...stay for a game!! David Rinetti has graciously provided all registered ACP attendees tickets to the game, so please note the adjusted may Membership Meeting time of 4pm-7pm with the first pitch at 7:05pm. You don't want to miss this opportunity to learn, network and thank David Rinetti and the Oakland A's!!
Your RSVP guarantees your place in this event and one ticket to the game. Space is limited, so if a conflict arises cancel your registration by 1pm Friday, May 5th in order to allow our entire membership an opportunity to participate. Registration required for entry. Please, no "no shows"!
3:30 - 3:50pm Arrival & Security Check at Main Gate
4:00 - 4:15pm Welcome & Introductions
4:15 - 4:45pm SF ACP Bay Area Chapter Business Meeting
4:45 - 5:45pm Keynote Presentation on "Collaborative Preparation & Response: The Oakland Athletics Story"
5:45 - 6:15pm Networking Break
6:15 - 7:00pm Q & A and Facility Tour
7:00pm Meeting Closing & Transition to Game
Register today! You will not want to miss the meeting and the opportunity to network with the Bay Area’s broadest group of industry professionals!
About The Oakland Athletics
The Athletics franchise is one of the most storied baseball clubs with a total of nine World Series championships between Philadelphia and Oakland. Founded in 1901 as one of the charter clubs of the American League, and relocating to Oakland by way of Kansas City in 1968, the Oakland A’s have provided some of Major League Baseball’s most intriguing personalities on and off the field. Winners of four World Series championships in Oakland (1972-74, 89) and 16 postseason visits between 1971-2012, the A’s provide fans championship baseball in a family-friendly environment.
The Oakland Athletics organization, in conjunction with the A’s Community Fund, strives to make a positive impact in the Bay Area and Northern California. A’s players, coaches, and front office employees, together with fans and sponsors, are committed to meeting the social, cultural and educational demands in the community. The A’s host numerous fundraising events, implement several educational programs and support various organizations that reach out to people of diverse backgrounds throughout the community.
Location: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA
Transportation: Vehicle parking available onsite, AC Transit & BART is highly recommended
*Agenda subject to modification up until the time of the meeting.
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