June 3 DaniaREADY Hurricane Expo

Dania Ready Hurricane Expo 2017
The City of Dania Beach and the Greater Dania Beach Chamber of Commerce present 

Dania READY - CodeRED Hurricane Expo. 

June 3rd, 2017

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
@ Dania Beach City Hall

100 W. Dania Beach Blvd. 
Dania Beach, FL 33004

Guest Speaker
BRYAN NORCROSS

Senior Hurricane and Emergency Communications Specialist



Kid Corner

  • Paint the Storm Workshop – Red on Rouge 
  • Ooopsy The Clown 
  • Paint the Fire Truck
  • Water Conservation 
  • Rhythmic Art Gymnastics - Performance
  • Jaxson's Ice Cream
Refreshments will be served

Hurricane Expo

Speakers

  • Bryan Norcross - Senior Hurricane Specialist
  • FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency - Candace L. Burrell, Department of Homeland Security
  • American Red Cross - Julia Adlet Dye, Disaster Program Specialist
  • EOC - Emergency Operations Center - Penni J. Saginario, Emergency Management Specialist
  • Memorial healthcare System - David Dungan, Director - Emergency Preparedness
  • Bulk Before a Storm - Anthony Tiru, Dania Beach Public Services Solid Waste Manager
  • Water Conservation - Samantha Baker, Broward County's Environmental Protection
  • Learn about  Pre and Post Storm Services
  • Sign up for Emergency Updates - CodeRED
  • Care for special needs, seniors, animals, pests
  • Shop for Hurricane Preparedness Supplies
  • Visit DaniaREADY Hurricane Expo Vendors
  • American Red Cross Emergency Vehicle 
  • Support Local Businesses
Bryan Norcross is the Senior Executive Director of Weather Content and Presentation, and Senior Hurr

Guest Speaker - BRYAN NORCROSS

Senior Hurricane and Emergency Communications Specialist


Bryan Norcross is Senior Hurricane Specialist at The Weather Channel, based in Atlanta. He joined the channel in the summer of 2010, bringing his extensive experience covering tropical storms and hurricanes to The Weather Channel’s round-the-clock coverage. He has anchored the coverage of every important hurricane in the last seven years from the Atlanta headquarters, including his extensive coverage of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Matthew in 2016, both on television and online.

Bryan was profiled in the New York Times following his long hours of television coverage of Hurricane Sandy, plus his blog and Facebook posts that provided detailed analysis of the storm threat and criticism of the government’s communications systems. The Times article quotes a Twitter post that describes Bryan as “the most trusted hurricane human on the planet.” His urgent message to Florida residents in advance of Hurricane Matthew posted on YouTube trended number one on Twitter. 
Bryan became nationally known after he “talked South Florida through” Hurricane Andrew in 1992. From 1996 through 2008 he was the in-house hurricane analyst for CBS News in New York and anchored the coverage of numerous hurricanes for WFOR-TV, CBS in Miami. Prior to that time, he worked for WTVJ, NBC in Miami, and on NBC News programs from New York including the Today Show.

After Superstorm Sandy, Bryan testified before the New York City Council concerning the city’s threat analysis and communications processes before the storm. After Hurricane Andrew, Bryan was named Expert Advisor to the Academic Task Force on Hurricane Catastrophe Insurance by Florida State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson, and was a member of the Governor’s Committee to evaluate state response and recommend changes to the state emergency management system by Governor Lawton Chiles.

In appreciation for his work before, during and after Hurricane Andrew, Bryan received the 1993 David Brinkley Award for Excellence in Communication. He was also publicly recognized with designations of Bryan Norcross Days in Miami, Miami Beach, and Ft. Lauderdale, among other cities. In addition, he’s the recipient of an Emmy Award from the southeast chapter of the National Association of Arts and Sciences, and the DuPont and Peabody awards, the highest awards given in broadcasting in the United States.

Bryan’s comprehensive hurricane guide called “Hurricane Almanac” was released by St. Martin’s Press in July 2006. The book covers hurricane science, history, preparedness and more. A follow-up edition was released in the spring of 2007.

Bryan has a Bachelor of Science degree in Math and a Master of Science degree in Communications and Meteorology from Florida State University. In addition Bryan received an Honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from Florida International University. Bryan is a long-time resident of Miami Beach.
 
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Martin Outdoor Media - Bus Bench Advertising
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Property Claims Consulting
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Red on Rouge Paint and Sip Parties
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For Questions or more information, contact Randie Shane at 954-926-2323 - Email: rshane@daniabeachchamber.org
or Katia Bordy, PIO at 954-924-6808 - Email: kbordy@daniabeachfl.gov