Create a plan, be prepared, manage your risk and exposure — Missouri Lawyers Weekly and BridgeTower Media present a half-day conference focused on best practices for crisis management, with breakfast provided, two panel discussions and time to network.
July 25, 2019 at Holiday Inn St. Louis Downtown
Alternative analysis for crisis management:
Plan, predict and mitigate
Mack Bradley is the creative force behind StandPoint’s partnership. He’s built a reputation as a thoughtful strategic partner who can help envision and defend one’s StandPoint. Mack focuses on strategic communications, crisis management, public affairs and media relations, and he’s a broadly trusted ally and sounding board to clients and colleagues alike. He’s worked for corporate clients large and small, local and regional government agencies, charitable foundations, not-for-profits and religious institutions. His expertise ranges from billion-dollar real estate development projects to large festivals (keep an eye out for him at Mardi Gras!), to complex public policy issues.
A frequent trainer and speaker, Mack has conducted media and/or crisis training for hundreds of participants in North America and Europe in various industries, including emergency risk communications training related to chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear threats. Part of this curriculum, sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, focuses on the psychology of risk communications in a public crisis.
Mack is an active member of the community. He currently serves on the St. Patrick Center Board of Trustees and is president of the Mardi Gras Foundation. He is past president of AmeriCorps St. Louis, and a past member of Mid-America Transplant Services Board, the Cardinal Glennon Foundation Development Board and the Mayor’s Commission on Violent Crime. He has served as an adjunct professor in the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University, teaching a graduate-level course on Social, Economic and Political Environment.
Mack earned a BA in political science from Illinois Wesleyan University and an MA in international affairs from Washington University. He was a National Security Forum participant at the Air War College, and a Coro Public Affairs Fellow.
Susan is StandPoint’s resident devil’s advocate – a title she once held (for real!) in the U.S. Intelligence Community. Her experience challenging military and civilian leadership to re-think assumptions, consider alternative StandPoints, and think more critically and creatively about our nation’s most challenging security threats provides the team with an analytic toolkit that helps clients improve decision-making through a better understanding of complex and dynamic environments.
During her time in government, Susan was at the forefront of Red Teaming in the military and intelligence communities. She was the lone female civilian in the first class of graduates from the Army’s Red Team University. After graduation, she headed to Hawaii where she built U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s first Red Team. The concept was judged a “best practice” by Joint Forces Command and became the model for Red Teams across the combatant commands. In 2009, Susan testified before the Congressional US-China Economic and Security Review Commission about her publication, Chinese Perceptions of Traditional and Nontraditional Security Threats.
Upon returning to Washington, D.C., Susan became the devil’s advocate for the Defense Intelligence Agency. As the senior methodological expert on alternative analysis, Susan wrote the tradecraft manual on alternative analysis and led analysts across the agency in instilling creativity and rigor into their analysis. She received the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation and Joint Civilian Service Achievement Award during her time in government.
Susan is also a professor of international affairs at Washington University in St. Louis, teaching graduate-level courses on the intelligence community, national security decision-making and alternative analysis. She serves as President of the Board for Samuel Preschool and as a night site coordinator for the Room at the Inn, an emergency shelter program for women and families.
She has an MPA in International Security Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and an MA in Political Management from George Washington University. As a military spouse who moved five times in seven years, Susan is happily settled in St. Louis with her husband Jim and their two growing boys.
Workplace hazards: What today’s business leaders and executives need to know
Legal experts discuss and delve into data breaches, information privacy, internal investigations and workplace issues in the #MeToo era
WORKPLACE HAZARDS PANELISTS
Wilson, a partner at Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, earned a 2018 Diversity & Inclusion Award from Missouri Lawyers Media for her work on harassment/discrimination claims in the #MeToo era and workplace investigations.
Bodie is a Saint Louis University School of Law Professor and Co-Director of the William C. Wefel Center for Employment Law. He is an expert and instructor on information and employment law. Among other things, he can speak about data breaches and how businesses can handle them.
Boxerman, a shareholder at Capes Sokol, will address white-collar criminal defense and internal investigations. He also is an adjunct faculty member at the Washington University School of Law.
Davis, a partner at HeplerBroom, heads his firm’s cyber group in St. Louis and is an expert on information security challenges, as well as internal investigations.
Garland, a shareholder at Ogletree Deakins, will address issues pertaining to workplace behavior in the #MeToo era. He practices all facets of labor and employment law.
McAuliffe, a member at Lewis Rice, is a recognized Global Law Expert (GLE) in information technology in Missouri and will address data breaches. She practices in her firm’s corporate department, with a particular focus on information technology.
Znosko, a shareholder in the St. Louis officer of Littler, will discuss workplace issues in the #MeToo era. She is an experienced employment attorney whose practice extends to numerous areas of litigation and employment counseling.
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