February 11, 2011

Tina Gabbrielli

February 11, 2011

Join us for lunch with Tina Gabbrielli, Director, Office of Risk Management & Analysis, DHS
11:30am – 1:00pm
2800 Crystal Drive  9th Floor
Crystal City, Virginia
(Parking directly across the street, 9 blocks from Crystal City metro)

To try and protect everything from everyone:  ludicrous.  To judiciously analyze and assess our risks and impacts:  Tina.

Tina W. Gabbrielli is the Director of the Office of Risk Management and Analysis (RMA), National Protection and Programs Directorate, at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). She leads the Department’s efforts to develop and implement an integrated risk management framework to address the overall analysis and management of homeland security risk. Her office advances the Secretary’s risk reduction focus and helps ensure decisions regarding policies, programs and resources across the Department are driven by a consistent and purposeful risk-informed approach. She is also responsible for conducting strategic integrated risk analysis.

Prior to her current position, Ms. Gabbrielli was the Senior Director for Contingency Planning and Field-Based Preparedness in the National Preparedness Task Force at DHS where she was responsible for drafting the DHS Pandemic Influenza Plan, the first department-wide contingency plan. In addition to her planning responsibilities, Ms. Gabbrielli co-chaired the National Response Plan and National Incident Management System review and revision process, and managed the Department’s Special Events and Principal Federal Officials (PFO) programs, including all training, coordination and support for the PFOs.

In a prior position, within the Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP), Ms. Gabbrielli was the Director of the Contingency Planning and Support Division. In that position, she not only did planning, but also coordinated IP’s incident management mission in support of the National Response Plan, led the development of the IP Incident Management Cell and provided operational support to field elements during catastrophic events.

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