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Social Equity in Infrastructure Resiliency

Presented by SAME San Francisco Post

Thursday, June 24, 2021

11:30 – 13:30 Pacific Time 

via Zoom.


  
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

This is a FREE event. Donations are welcome!



 The San Francisco Post appreciates your continued support for our scholarship fund. 

 

Interested in sponsoring this event?

Please contact SF Post Program Director, David Renard, at408-439-3283or david@rpm-team.com

We are the builders of the infrastructure that allows our communities to thrive. We understand regulatory requirements, we are competent, innovative engineers who plan and incorporate climate change conditions into our designs, and we know what it takes to construct effective infrastructure. But do we truly understand how our projects affect economically underrepresented and socially excluded communities? For too long, these groups have historically been left out of the equation. Acknowledging and understanding how infrastructure impacts everyone within a community is necessary for sustaining environmental justice and truly resilient projects.

Our Federal, state, and regional agency representatives will share their experience advocating for and responding to the needs of underserved and vulnerable populations. A local community-based organization representative from Marin City People's Plan will offer her perspective on successful collaborative problem-solving for Equitable Infrastructure.

Join us for this luncheon panel discussion to learn from these Change Makers who are empowering communities with access and resources to drive social equity in infrastructure resiliency. Our Panel includes:


Speaker Panel

Speaker Organization
Sarafina Maraschino
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District, Tribal Liaison, Office of Counsel
Jessica Ludy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District, Flood Risk Program Manager
Maria Lorenzo-Lee California Department of Water Resources, Integrated Regional Water Management External Coordination Liaison,
Disadvantaged Communities and Tribal Involvement Program
Nahal Ghoghaie  San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, Environmental Justice Manager
Taylor Chang San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Bay Area Integrated Regional Water Management Group
June Farmer Marin City People's Plan, CA
Vince Geronimo (Moderator) Society of American Military Engineers, San Francisco Post, Resilience Committee Chair
Mead & Hunt Water Resources Market Leader

 

Questions about this or upcoming SAME SF Post Events?

Please contact SF Post Resilience Committee Chairvince.geronimo@meadhunt.com; or SF Post Secretary Turel Gur tgur@moffattnichol.com