SEI of ASCE San Francisco Chapter- NOVEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER
The HayWired Earthquake Scenario: Potential Long-term Community Recovery Challenges and Opportunities for Community Resilience
SEI of ASCE San Francisco Chapter is hosting a presentation, The HayWired Earthquake Scenario: Potential Long-term Community Recovery Challenges and Opportunities for Community Resilience. The presenter, Laurie A. Johnson, PhD, FAICP, will emphasize the long-term housing and community recovery challenges associated with the HayWired earthquake scenario, including areas of concentrated damage, population displacement, and social vulnerability, as well as the opportunities for community resilience that have emerged from this analysis.
Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
111 Grand Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612, CA 94612
About the presenter
Laurie A. Johnson, PhD, FAICP — Principal, Laurie Johnson Consulting | Research
Laurie Johnson is an internationally-recognized urban planner specializing in disaster recovery and catastrophe risk management and based in the San Francisco Bay Area. For over 30 years, she has combined her unique blend of professional practice and researchto help communities address the complex urban challenges posed by natural hazards and disasters.
Much of her post-disaster recovery work is captured in her recent book, After Great Disasters: An In-Depth Analysis of How Six Countries Managed Community Recovery (2017). She currently serves as enterprise and strategic risk advisor to the California Earthquake Authority—the state’s residential earthquake insurance program, and a recovery planning advisor for Sonoma County and the City of Santa Rosa following the 2017 wildfires and the cities of Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand in earthquake recovery and planning. She has been a contributor to all four of the U.S. Geological Survey scenario projects: ShakeOut, ARkStorm, the SAFRR tsunami scenario, and HayWired.