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"Security in a Challenging World: Terrorism, Kidnapping, and Emergency Evacuations"

  • 7 May 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • UNC Asheville Reuter Center

Managing operations in some of the world’s most challenging locations requires an ability to respond quickly and effectively to terrorist incidents, kidnappings, airplane hijackings, and emergency evacuations from countries at war. Real-world case studies reveal the extremely challenging and complex nature of these events and hold lessons that may be surprisingly applicable to our daily lives. 

Jonathan C. Tetzlaff has been involved with international risk management since 1980. Throughout his career, he has managed and consulted on complex situations and problems for government agencies, corporate entities, and educational institutions. Jonathan provides globally-oriented presentations and training to a wide range of organizations, including the U.S. State Department, the University of North Carolina Asheville, the U.S. Army’s Worldwide Long-Range Planners’ Conference, the Conference Board, CISO Executive Summit, Security 500, National Business Aviation Association, the University of Chicago, the International Security Management Association, and the National Defense University. 

 We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, May 7, at the UNC Asheville Reuter Center or on Zoom.  


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