Join a moderated panel discussion featuring U.S. Government representatives from the Department of State and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sharing their experiences and lessons learned in messaging the unique and challenging travel risks and realities associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear about their joint efforts to provide timely, accurate, and relevant data and information to U.S. citizens around the world. This session will assist security professionals as they look to resume international travel while balancing the requirements and responsibilities of their organization, the concerns of their travelers, and the information coming from trusted sources.
- Dr. Cindy Friedman | Chief of Travelers Health Branch| Division of Global Migration and Quarantine | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Joel Nantais | Deputy Director | American Citizen Services and Crisis Management | Bureau of Consular Affairs | Department of State
- Karsten Powers | Country Officer | American Citizen Services and Crisis Management | Bureau of Consular Affairs | Department of State
- Chad Harmon | OSAC Analyst | Sectors, Cybersecurity, and Emerging Technologies (Moderator)
November 18 @ 11:15
11:15 — 11:45 (30′)