On February 17, in partnership with Lloyd’s of London, JLT, and The American Security Project, we unveiled the City Risk Index in Washington, D.C. with the Risk Forum: Pathways to City Resilience. The event brought together leading policymakers, business leaders, and regulators to discuss the potential uses and benefits of Lloyd’s City Risk Index, as well as share best practices and insights.
The day-long event included several featured speakers and three panel discussion.
Panel 1: Understanding the City Risk Index
This panel brought together experts on to help frame how to use Lloyd’s index measuring resiliency of cities around the world.
Meghan Doherty, Project Manager Urban Adaptation Assessment, ND-GAIN
Tommy Wells, DC City Council
David Flandro, Global Head of Analytics, JLT
Andrew Holland, Director of Studies and Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate, American Security Project
Moderator : Dante Disparte, CEO and Founder, Risk Cooperative, Chairperson Business Council for American Security
Panel 2: Emerging Risks: Impacts and Opportunities
This panel focused on the possible solutions to adapt to future threats.
LtGen. Norm Seip, USAF (Ret.), American Security Project Board Member
Gov. Tom Ridge, Fmr Gov. PA, Secretary of Homeland Security
Daniel Wagner, CEO, Country Risk Solutions
Brad Kieserman, VP of Disaster Operations & Logistics, Red Cross
Moderator : Glenn Dorr, Northeast Regional Director, Lloyd’s
Panel 3: The Way Forward: How to Build Resiliency
This panel explored long-range ideas for incorporating resilience in public policy and the private sector.
Erwann Michel-Kerjan, Executive Director of the Risk Management and Decision Processes Center, Wharton
Sean McGovern, Chief Risk Officer & General Counsel, Lloyd’s
Charles Rath, President and CEO, Resilient Solutions 21
Josh Sawislak, Global Director of Resilience, AECOM
Moderator : BGen. Stephen A. Cheney, USMC (Ret.), CEO, American Security Project