Completed: May 2020.
Funding: Federal Emergency Management Agency.
The ASFPM Annual National Conference has numerous concurrent session presentations on flood insurance and floodplain management related topics that could support and educate local officials on flood insurance and floodplain management related issues. Unfortunately, many local officials who would most benefit from this information are unable to attend the conference. In an effort to facilitate resources for those unable to attend, videos of select presentations will be made available for viewing. A strategy will be developed to identify appropriate and efficient ways to market these video resources to various audiences and markets.
2019 ASFPM Annual National Conference in Cleveland
A2: Social Justice Factors in Floodplain Management
Socially Vulnerable Populations: Under-Recognized Victims of Flooding Disasters
by Jo Ann Howard, JD, H2O Partners
Socioeconomic Factors Affecting Coastal Communities' Participation in CRS
by Alexis Cunningham, CSO & ASFPM
Equity & Social Justice: What King County, Washington is Doing to Manage Floodplains More Equitably (Original recording)
Equity & Social Justice: What King County, Washington is Doing to Manage Floodplains More Equitably (Re-recording with slides)
by Mitch Paine, CFM, King County
B1: Research Findings and Risk Communication
Leveraging Behavioral Insights to Improve Messaging and Increase Insurance Coverage
by Shrupti Shah, Deloitte
C1: Flood Risk Disclosure: Intersection of Regulations and Risk Communication
Improving Disclosure Laws so Home Buyers are Not Kept in the Dark about Flood Risk (Original recording)
Improving Disclosure Laws so Home Buyers are Not Kept in the Dark about Flood Risk (Re-recording with slides)
by Joel Scata, Esq., Natural Resources Defense Council
Engaging Real Estate Agents in Flood Risk Communication (Original recording)
Engaging Real Estate Agents in Flood Risk Communication (Edited with slides)
by Lisa Foster, CFM, Pinellas County
D2: Flood Insurance Rating
Flood-Impacting-Threshold, InstaScore, and Precision-Rating: New and Powerful Tools for Differentiating Flood Risk (Re-recording with slides)
by John Sun, Stream Methods, Inc.
H2: Flood Insurance: Uses, Changes, and Reports
The Office of the Flood Insurance Advocate (OFIA) 2018 Annual Report and Progress Report (Re-recording with slides)
by Rhonda Montgomery, CFM, FEMA Office of the Flood Insurance Advocate