Oil Spill Conference Names Keynote Speaker

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Sunday, September 22, 2013
Eric J. McNulty: Photo courtesy of Harvard NPLI

Eric J. McNulty, Director, Research and Professional Programs, Harvard’s National Preparedness Leadership Initiative will deliver the Keynote Address at CLEAN GULF, the conference & exhibition focused on the latest trends and best practices in response operations oil spill prevention & response.

Eric J. McNulty is a widely published business author, speaker, researcher, and thought leadership strategist. His areas of specialty are leadership, system-based leadership, and social innovation. McNulty holds an appointment as Director of Research and Professional Programs and Program Faculty at the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative (NPLI), a joint program of the Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. His work with the program centers on leadership in high stakes, high stress situations. He is currently working on a book based on meta-leadership, the core leadership framework of the NPLI curriculum. McNulty is the principal author of the NPLI’s case studies on innovation in the response to Hurricane Sandy and on Deepwater Horizon drawing upon his firsthand research as well as extensive interviews with leaders involved in the responses.

Following the McNulty’s Keynote Address there will be concurrent conference sessions focused on response, prevention, preparedness & planning, information & response technologies, Deepwater prevention & response and special interests. Along with this in-depth program, CLEAN GULF will include an exhibit floor that features leading service companies showcasing their latest solutions and technologies available for oil spill prevention and response.

CLEAN GULF, is to will be held November 12-14, 2013,  at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida.

http://www.cleangulf.org


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