Natural Disasters & Extreme Weather: How to Prepare and React Using Real-Time Information



In the last decade, extreme weather and natural disasters have occurred with greater frequency. When they happen, they create problems for travel, facilities, the supply chain, and your clients. Mitigating these effects is essential, but doing so effectively requires thorough planning and real-time response.

With hundreds of locations across the world, WeWork’s Safety & Security team responds to natural disasters and weather on a regular basis. Join Michael Gladstone, WeWork's Manager of Crisis and Emergency Management and Krista Worley, Client Engagement Manager for Dataminr, a real-time information company, for a conversation about how to plan for weather and react fast. Real-time information can be the difference between knowing in time and knowing too late. 

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Key planning considerations when dealing with extreme weather and natural disasters
  • How to incorporate real-time information and social media into your operations
  • How to monitor updates during the event
  • Ways real-time information can save you time, money, and demonstrate your value as a corporate security team

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Krista Worley

Krista Worley is a Client Engagement Manager for Dataminr's corporate security vertical. She has worked in risk management solutions for the last six and a half years, recently focusing on crisis communications and social media. Krista has worked with numerous financial institutions and corporate entities on how to capture relevant content, breaking information, and threats. Krista has a Bachelor of Science from Ohio State University.

Michael Gladstone

Michael H. Gladstone is WeWork’s Manager of Crisis and Emergency Management and is one of the longest tenured members of WeWork’s security team. He is responsible for the development and implementation of WeWork’s global Crisis and Emergency programs, runs the corporate Crisis Management Team, and serves as one of the Security team’s intelligence and threat analysts. Michael has previously worked for the U.S. Department of State as a Crisis Management Program Officer and for the New York City Department of Education as a High School History teacher. He holds a M.A. in International Law and Global Security from Georgetown University, a M.A. in Teaching of Social Studies from Columbia University, and a B.A. in History from Brown University.




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