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Hello everyone and thank you so much for joining us for the webinar today my name is Jessica Unger and I'm the emergency programs coordinator of the foundation of the American Institute for conservation our FAI C we're so pleased to be able to offer today's program is a part of a webinar series that addresses the needs of Alliance for response communities and other cooperative disaster networks nationwide these programs are made possible through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Humanities we hope that you'll be able to join us for the other programs in the series and you'll see that we have several sessions coming up later this month we'll be addressing topics that are essential to cooperative disaster networks including how to put together a successful tabletop exercises how to communicate effectively during an emergency and how to successfully seek funding for your projects before we dive into the presentation a couple of technical notes on your screen you'll see several boxes including one labeled chat on the left side one labeled web links and one labeled files on the bottom use the chat box to say hello ask questions and share information if you post a question you'll receive a response either for me or my colleague Tiffany Emig any questions will be noted collected and I will ask them of the presenter to use the web links box click on a link that you want to see in order to highlight it blue then click on the Browse to button to go to that site in the files box likewise click on the file that you want to download and highlight it blue then hit the download file button if you are unable to attend any of the upcoming sessions don't fret we will record all programs and host the sessions on a ICS YouTube channel which is at youtube.com slash user slash AI conservation it's more easily accessible via the web link box which you can see below and your first opportunity to test that out and you note that actually the link will take you directly to the previous recordings for the past webinars in this series and that link will be where you will find all future programming as well for those of you who aren't familiar with the Alliance for response initiative I wanted to give a bit of context about the history and goals of the program Alliance for response began almost 15 years ago with a key mission in mind to help communities more effectively protect their cultural and historic resources the immediate objectives are to build relationships initiating an ongoing dialogue between cultural institutions and emergency managers and first responders to educate cultural heritage and emergency management professionals working to raise awareness of the need to protect cultural and historic resources within communities encouraging disaster planning and mitigation at archives historic sites libraries and museums and finally to develop strong ongoing networks to facilitate.