Hurricane Harvey brought more than 51 inches of rain to the Houston area in August 2017, resulting in one of the most devastating weather events in U.S. history. Flood waters pounded the city, forcing residents into shelters and causing nearly $200 billion in damage. Visit Houston President Mike Waterman will detail the group’s emergency response while the crisis was unfolding and how they managed to keep all 11 major conventions on schedule afterward. He also will review the lessons learned for future disasters.
- Duration: 0:50:40
- Date: 01/09/2018
- EIC Status: Designated
- CMP-IS Domain: CMP Submission Pending
- Clock Hours: 1.0