Alyssa Mann is a project director for disaster resilience at The Nature Conservancy. She is based in Los Angeles, CA, and focuses on developing and implementing nature-based strategies to ensure a more resilient California. Some recent projects include restoring and revitalizing Ormond Beach in Oxnard, nature-based adaptation of Highway 1 at Elkhorn Slough in Monterey County and developing resilience strategies for the Point Mugu naval base and surrounding wetlands. Prior to joining TNC, Alyssa worked at the NOAA Sea Grant program at the University of Southern California, where she focused on planning for climate change impacts along the coast and building community resilience. Her background is in emergency management and international affairs, having worked at multiple federal and state government agencies, including FEMA, the U.S. Department of State and the State of California. She received her master’s from USC and bachelor’s from the University of Puget Sound. She also received multiple fellowships including the Presidential Management Fellowship and the California Governor’s Executive Fellowship.
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- B01. FEMA Funding for Climate Resilience and Post-Disaster Recovery (RM)
October 05, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM