Extreme weather events can happen anytime, anywhere. Preparing in advance will better protect your property, people and the continuity of operations. In this webinar, emmy-nominated TV host, reporter and meteorologist Cheryl Nelson and Stuart Jarvis of Regroup will share expert advice and tips for disaster preparedness and emergency communications. Highlights from this timely webinar include:

An overview of the specific risks to lives and property

Ways to mitigate the impact of extreme weather events

Best practices for disaster preparedness and emergency communications

How to assess if your organization is really prepared for severe weather events


 This webinar is presented by Regroup, the Leading Emergency Notification & Mass Communication System.

Emmy-nominated TV host, reporter and meteorologist Cheryl Nelson has worked in television for over a decade. She holds a degree in Meteorology from Penn State University where she currently serves on the Board of Directors for the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. As an official Ambassador of NOAA's National Weather Service's Weather Ready Nation, and a partner with IAEM and FEMA, she helps increase awareness about Natural Disaster Preparedness all across the U.S. Cheryl was also crowned Mrs. Virginia International 2014 and chose Natural Disaster Preparedness as her platform.

Cheryl Nelson


Tuesday, June 3rd

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Extreme Weather: Best Practices

in Preparation and Communication