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Join us for comprehensive education, networking, and professional development. URISA and the IAAO partner together each year to provide a conference that assists assessment and appraisal professionals in visualizing how they can work more effectively through the use of technology.  Join us March 19/22, 2018  for the 22nd annual conference in Houston, Texas

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Tuesday, March 20 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
When Disaster Strikes

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Learn how GIS and addressing management help prepare and recover from natural disasters.

  •  Using Assessment Data for FEMA/USACE Disaster Mitigation Planning
    Steven Shultz, PhD, Professor Real Estate/Land Use Economics, University of Nebraska at Omaha,Omaha, NE
  • Enterprise GIS-Centric Addressing (AddressOne) at Boulder County, Colorado
    Rachel Parrinello, GISP, Senior GIS Specialist, Boulder County Assessor's Office, Boulder, CO

Moderators
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Angela Hill

Deputy Director, Arkansas Assessment Coordination Department
Deputy Director since July 2017. Previously Faulkner County Assessor from 2013 to 2017. Also worked in GIS before becoming Assessor.

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Parrinello, GISP

Rachel Parrinello, GISP

Senior Geographic Information Systems Specialist, Boulder County Assessor’s Office
I like making sense of (and mapping) complex assessment/parcel data relationships, mining databases, training and teaching, and hiking. Talk to me about addresses, parcels, assessment data, or anything!
avatar for Steven Shultz, PhD

Steven Shultz, PhD

Professor Real Estate/Land Use Economics, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Working on ways to utilize real estate data for estimating potential disaster damage. Current focus is on quantifying the impact of flood risk on property values and improving FEMA-HAZUS data. Recent Publications in: JPTAA (IAAO), Natural Hazards Review Past life: Geographer, Current... Read More →



Tuesday March 20, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Cottonwood, 3rd Floor

Attendees (21)