Proactive Flood Prevention Solutions
Flooding is the most common natural disaster the in the U.S. and 25% -30% of all flood losses occur in a low to moderate flood zone. Join this session for a brief overview of the NFIP program and learn the five step process to prepare properties for the potential of flooding.
Attendees will be educated on how to create a safety plan, flood proof buildings, and how to protect expensive building equipment, such as elevators and mechanical rooms from water damage. This presentation will also include important information on how to obtain FEMA grant funding for a flood loss.
About Our Speakers
Stephen Gill is the Partner and CEO of Flood Risk Canada and Flood Risk America. He has over twenty years experience in Flood Risk Analysis, specializing in flood zone preparedness, flood disaster management, and helping property owners to acquire better flood coverage, lower flood deductibles, and better sub-limits.
Mr. Gill has partnered with FEMA and multiple U.S. and Canadian property insurance carriers on varied projects. His unique experience includes guiding the National Flood Insurance Forum (NFIF) in reviewing online course education and legislation advisement for the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012.
Stephen’s passion for flood prevention came from his front-line efforts as a participant for the Hurricane Katrina Recovery Team. His expertise coaches clients to safe standards and cost effective profitability. There is not a direct guided solution company other than Flood Risk Canada & Flood Risk America, better prepared to partner in an endeavor of flood risk safety, solutions, and flood mitigation.
Tiffany Largey is the partner and COO of Flood Risk America and Flood Risk Canada. She has over 5 years experience in flood risk analysis and flood mitigation. Her masters is in advanced holistic nursing and she is a board certified holistic nurse. She has over 8 years experience as a nursing professor and uses her degrees and expertise to build meaningful business relationships.
Along with building rapport and maintaining strong foundations with companies, Tiffany works in marketing to promote the uniqueness of Flood Risk America and Flood Risk Canada. She writes and blogs about the services and benefits of the two sister companies and has presented this information at a number of conferences and meetings across both the United States and Canada. She has spoken on the topic of flood mitigation to the Railway Industry in Montreal, at the ICSC Conference, NFMT in Baltimore, and has educated many different companies on pre-construction development services and flood mitigation solutions.