CBRNe Summit USA 2024

October 7-9, 2024 - Phoenix, AZ, United States

Our 4th annual CBRNe Summit USA will be coming to Phoenix, Arizona on the 7th - 9th October 2024. This event brings together leading officials from the military, civil and scientific agencies to provide you will a full perspective on all CBRNe threats and challenges.

Over the 2-day conference and exhibition you will hear different perspectives from civil, military, and scientific officials on the latest CBRNe trends and operational challenges being faced to their agency.

With the event taking place in Phoenix, AZ there will be a focus on the CBRNe capabilities to the Phoenix Fire Department and Police Department as well as other cities across the State to give participants a full overview of the CBRNe capabilities across the State of Arizona.

It is a big year in the U.S. with the Presidential Election taking place in November 2024. Many major cities across the U.S. will be on high alert for potential CBRNe incidents during mass gatherings at political rallies and this will be featured during the event to see how different agencies and States prepare for these situations as well as major sporting events and protests.

CBRNe Summit USA will also include a live demonstration by the local authorities to showcase their capabilities and technologies available to them when responding to a vast array of CBRNe incidents.

2023 Speakers Included

  • Michael Bailey, Director, U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center
  • Dr. Robert L. Kristovich, Director, RD-CB/JSTO, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
  • Colonel Matthew Clark, Joint Project Manager for CBRN Medical, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND)
  • Colonel Sedrick Jackson, Deputy Commandant, U.S. Army CBRN School
  • Rachel Byrd, Section Chief, WMD Directorate, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Joel Baker, Fire Chief, Austin Fire Department
  • Steve Simon, Battalion Chief, Phoenix Fire Department
  • Major Elizabeth Ramirez, Deputy Commander, 6th Civil Support Team, Texas Army National Guard
  • Captain Balazs Bene, Deputy Department Head, Military Medical Operations, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
  • Allan Cordwell, Head of Group, Emergency Planning, Resilience and Response Unit, The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, United Kingdom
  • Toby Hatton, Director of Programs, Disaster Recovery and Ascension Texas Medical Response Unit, Ascension Hospital Group
  • Nicholas Tietsort, Director, Cole County Emergency Management, Missouri
  • Fabricio Oliveira Pereira, Police Deputy, Rio Police Force, Brazil
  • Roy Mitchell, Battalion Chief, Boise Fire Department
  • Bryan Sommers, Business Development Manager – North America, Argon Electronics
  • Bobby Baker, Principal CBRNE Training Specialist, Counter-Terrorism Division (CTOS), Nevada National Security Administration, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Joshua Todd, Division Chief – Operations, Austin Travis County EMS
  • Brian Holland, Managing Scientific Software Specialist, Trinity Consultants
  • Amanda Hatcher, Project Manager, CWMD Consortium
  • Chance Duke, Special Agent, WMD Coordinator, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Captain Lance East, HazMat Coordinator, Rock Springs Fire Department, Wyoming
  • Captain Antoine Howard, WMD and Hazmat Coordinator, Dallas Fire Department
  • Lieutenant John Nickles, Hazardous Materials Instructor, Austin Fire Department
  • Michael Armistead, Hazmat Specialist, Nashville Fire Department
  • Kayla Sossin, CBRNe Planning Program Manager, New York City Emergency Management Department
  • Travis Rebello, Education and Training Coordinator, Hazardous Materials Response Division, Massachusetts Department of Fire Services
  • Michael Marinelli, Project Management Team, CBARR, U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center
  • Charlie Johnson, Program Manager – Securing the Cities – Houston, Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security, Houston
  • Ashley Hawes, Disaster Epidemiologist, Public Health Emergency Preparedness, Austin Public Health

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Hyatt Regency Phoenix
122 North Second Street, 85004
Phoenix, AZ, USA

Intelligence Sec attendees have a special rate of $289 plus taxes per night
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