Senior Vice President and Principal, Keith Hayman and Nashville-native at GGG/AI will be presenting at a free webinar for business owners impacted by the Nashville Tornado.

Tornado Business Disaster Recovery Webinar
Thursday, March 26

5 - 6:30 p.m.

The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Community Development, the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Pathway Lending and the SBA are co-hosting a business recovery webinar on Thursday, March 26, from 5-6:30 p.m. The program will include remarks from disaster recovery experts, and other resource providers will also be available to answer questions.
Click here to view the full list of panelists and register.

Brought to you by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor's Office - Economic and Community Development, Pathway Lending, U.S. Small Business Administration, and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center.

Join us this Thursday night for a tornado disaster recovery webinar for business owners in Nashville. The discussion will focus on education and tools available to aid recovery from the economic impact of the tornado. Available business loans, FEMA assistance, and the insurance claims process will be explored.

Speakers are top disaster experts and business leaders including:

  • Stephanie Coleman: Chief Growth Officer, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, experienced in providing information and resources for businesses impacted by disaster.
  • LaTanya Channel: SBA Director of Tennessee Office will introduce the community to the CBA disaster team addressing loans to small businesses (homeowners, nonprofits, renters).
  • Keith Hayman: Catastrophe Team Specialist for GGG/Adjusters International will focus on business interruption, insurance policy language, insurance claims process, and post-disaster challenges.
  • Mark Misczak: Former FEMA Deputy Director and 27-year veteran of emergency management. Mark is now COO of Tidal Basin Government Consulting, offering a full range of emergency management services ranging from preparedness and planning through Recovery grants management.