These critical communications and safety experts across all industries shared best practice tips, innovative strategies and important lessons learned from keeping their communities, campuses and employees safe and informed during both emergencies and the day-to-day.
Learn how these K-12 leaders adapted to support remote learning and found innovative ways to provide in-person classes while keeping their school communities safe after this past year left them scrambling.
Retired Navy SEAL, best-selling author and crisis management professional, Clint Emerson, took us through crisis management program development 101.
Expert panelists tackled issues around emergency response and critical communication in the age of COVID-19 as well as made and lessons learned.
Communication center supervisor for Wake Forest University Police Department, Denette Lilly, details what went wrong after a crisis on campus, the improvements the university has made, and how she got her team on board with the implementation of Rave Alert.
The executive director of Orleans Parish Communication District of Louisiana Tyrell Morris covered the success of his #SHOWUP Campaign and how they place emphasis not just on the processes completed, but on the overall experience.
I come to Rave Summit to get information about what’s been developed... I love the sessions where they are presenting new ideas and new concepts.
911 Director/Mayor of Charlotte
Eaton County Central Dispatch
I’ve had staff members that have come to the last two Summits and they’ve been able to get a lot of stuff out of it to bring back.
Louisville Metro Emergency Services