Committee Outreach Night
Tuesday, November 14th from 5:00-6:00PM
Committee Outreach Night is a yearly event that is an opportunity for members to learn more about the different committees that operate within SEAONC and are so important to the association and, in many cases, the profession. Each committee will have brochures to hand out as well as representatives to provide more information. This event is a great opportunity for members to get more involved in SEAONC.
The reception is FREE to attend for all SEAONC members and will be held at SPUR, San Francisco, but we encourage registration below. The event will take place before the November Monthly Meeting. Special thanks to the SEAONC YMF for their efforts in helping to coordinate this event and to Caroline Tsang of the Membership Committee for her work on the committee brochures. We look forward to seeing you there!
November Monthly Meeting
Tuesday, November 14th from 6:00-7:00PM
Office of Resilience and Capital Planning:
Under the City Administrator, the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning (ORCP) oversees policies, interagency initiatives, and financial strategies that enhance the resilience and integrity of San Francisco’s infrastructure. ORCP focuses on programs that enable the City to prepare for and recover from acute shocks and chronic stresses it may experience. Products created by the Office include San Francisco’s $35 billion Capital Plan, its annual capital budget, the 2016 Resilient SF strategic plan, and the Earthquake Safety Improvement Program. The ORCP manages the Capital Planning Committee, Lifelines Council, as well as several other adhoc committees and workgroups.
Brian Strong is responsible for San Francisco’s efforts to increase resilience as well as its ten-year capital plan. Brian created the City’s first multi-year capital plan in 2006 and has been instrumental in the passage of billions of dollars to address San Francisco's infrastructure needs. In addition to bringing record levels of investments, Brian has implemented innovative and award-winning programs to enhance San Francisco’s resilience including the Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response bond program; Sea Level Rise Guidelines for Capital Planning in San Francisco; retrofit programs for private buildings; and the use of comprehensive risk assessment tools in early planning and funding decision-making.
Brian and his staff received the 2011 Good Government Team Award from the Mayor’s Fiscal Advisory Committee and the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association. Brian also serves as President of the Board for the San Francisco Community Investment Fund that has distributed over $100 million in new market tax credits to disadvantaged communities in San Francisco. Brian has a master’s degree in intergovernmental management from USC and a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College.
654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
|SEAONC Member||$ 39.00|
|Junior Member||$ 33.00|
|New Member||$ 20.00|
|I am only attending Committee Outreach Night||$ 0.00|