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Resilient Cayuga Tabletop

The Resilient Cayuga Initiative, Ingleside Police Station and Sup Ahsha Safai cordially invited your organization to attend the Resilient Cayuga Tabletop Exercise at the Daring Faith Church on Ocean Avenue on April 24th.

 

The goal of the tabletop is to bring together stakeholder organizations within the Cayuga/Balboa Park Bart / Ocean Ave. corridor and conduct an exercise that will:

  • Increase the capacity of local agencies to implement their internal disaster response plan
  • Increase the level of interoperability amongst local and regional agencies
  • Identify gaps that may exist in supporting  the health and well-being of local residents, employees and guests to the community surrounding Cayuga/Ocean Ave Corridor

 

City, State and Federal agencies are being invited to participate as well.

 

About the exercise:

The Resilient Cayuga Tabletop will be the first community level disaster exercise that will leverage the power of artificial intelligence to support participants learning goals.  Powered by One Concern, the exercise will provide an unprecedented level of detail about the likely impacts on the neighborhood after a massive earthquake based on scientific data and machine learning.

 

Event Details:

Who Should Attend: All members of your organization’s disaster management, especially planning and response leads

Where: Daring Faith Celebration Center @ 350 Ocean

When:  April 24th from 9am to Noon

 

Register here today.

 

Background on the Resilient Cayuga Initiative;

Founded in 2015, Resilient Cayuga is comprised of local CBOs, Faith Based Organizations, Schools, Government Agencies and Neighborhoods who are all committed to building a safer, more connected and resilient community along the Cayuga corridor.  A key component of their strategy is to bring together local stakeholder institutions to increase their collective awareness of each other’s disaster resilience goals as well as learn how to work together during times of stress.

Neighborhood Empowerment Network is a cross sector cohort of city-wide resident leaders, community & faith based organizations, city agencies, private sector stakeholders, academic and philanthropic institutions that align their expertise, programs, technical and financial resources to advance the development of tools, resources and methods that empower communities to strengthen their capacity to advance their resilience goals.