The Nevada Emergency Preparedness Association is soliciting session proposals and nominations for the Nevada Preparedness Summit, the premier emergency management conference in the State of Nevada, being held on the beautiful campus of the University of Nevada, Reno on March 20 - 23, 2023. We encourage you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity to share your ideas, knowledge, and expertise with this important audience.  

Submissions, from any individual, group, business or organization, are welcome through November 1, 2022.

Please remember that all sessions require a well-conceived presentation, and a great deal of rehearsal!

Applicants will be notified of their application approval by early the end of 2022.

Speaker Benefits

  • Complimentary registration for all speakers.*
  • A room provided with a laptop, screen, projector and mic.
  • Your final presentation will be pre-loaded on the laptop in the session room.
  • An on-site speaker liaison from the Summit Committee to introduce your session and handle all on-site logistical needs.
  • Excellent networking opportunities to interact with others interested in your topic in the emergency management profession.
  • Peer recognition at the premier event for the emergency management profession in Nevada.

Speaker Responsibilities

  • All speakers are required to use the required slide template provided to you by the Summit Committee Chair for your presentation at the Nevada Preparedness Summit.
  • Submit final presentation along with any handouts or reference materials by February 1, 2023.
  • Submit updated bio(s) and introduction for session, if needed, by February 1, 2023.
  • Register for the conference.
  • Bring your presentation in final viewing format on a USB flash drive as a back-up to the conference.
  • Reserve your own accommodations. Information will be posted under the Hotel and Travel pages of the conference website when available.
  • Any changes to the topic of the accepted presentation must be approved by the Summit Committee Chair.
  • Any substitution or addition of speakers from the original submitted proposal must be approved by the Summit Committee Chair.
  • Breakout sessions last 60 minutes. You need to allow time for questions and answers prior to the end of session, 45 minutes of your presentation and 15 minutes of Q&A with the audience.
  • Absolutely no commercials! You may put your contact information, logo, and organization information on the first and last slide only.
  • All final presentations are subject to the approval of the Summit Committee.
*Does not include tickets to the Welcome Party and Presidential Banquet

Nevada Emergency Preparedness Association is a 501(c)3 organization.

Nevada Emergency Preparedness Association
P.O. Box 230884, Las Vegas, NV 89105

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