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What is Big Data’s Impact on You? Learn More at the 4th Annual Larry Larson Speaker Series Event on Sep. 5 in Reno

We’ve all been hearing more and more about Big Data everywhere we turn. So why should we care? How will it impact us? These are questions that will be answered at this year’s Larry Larson Speaker Series presentation and panel discussion that is being held in collaboration with the FMA Conference on Sep. 5th at 10:15 a.m. in Reno, Nevada.

The topic is "Big Data = Big Future + Big Challenges.” The keynote speaker is Daniel Cotter who is the director of the First Responders Group in the Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Cotter will also be joined by a panel of experts including Edward Clark, from the NOAA National Water Center; Samantha Medlock, from Willis Towers Watson; and David Ford, from David Ford Consulting to discuss this topic. 

For more information on attending this foundation-sponsored event, go to Floodplain Management Association Annual Conference.


The ASFPM Foundation is dedicated to reducing the risk and impacts of floods on people and communities.


The ASFPM Foundation serves as the catalyst for ASFPM, its chapters and members to advance projects, education and policy initiatives that promote reduced flood risk and resilient communities.


The ASFPM Foundation hosts a number of activities and events for the purpose of considering current flood policy and future flood risk issues at both the national and state level. These events include the Gilbert F. White Flood Policy Forums, the Larry A. Larson Speaker Series and the State Symposia. The ASFPM Foundation supports our partners at ASFPM through project funding. A number of reports and publications are available here, and also visit the ASFPM Flood Sciences Center. Other Foundation accomplishments include the development of the national Certified Floodplain Manager program, and the No Adverse Impact initiative.

The ASFPM Foundation proudly support the education of current and future flood risk management professionals. Current college scholarship opportunities include the ASFPM Foundation Future Leaders Scholarship and the annual ASFPM Student Paper Competition. Activities, events and scholarships are made possible due to the support of ASFPM Foundation donors.


HELP US to continue to enhance the practice and science of floodplain management, to make this world a safer place for present and future generations. To ensure the continuation of forums, floodplain management research and scholarships, your donation is needed! Help support the goals of the ASFPM Foundation by donating today.


When you give to the ASFPM Foundation you support a variety of initiatives that reduce suffering and losses as a result of flooding, and promotes sustainable management of the nation's floodplains and watersheds. By donating, you set an example for fellow floodplain managers and do much to ensure our profession's continued national influence. Choose to make a one-time gift, or enroll in our recurring giving program to support our efforts year round. GIVE NOW.

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