Webinar – Meet the New National Flood Insurance Program

We are excited to invite you to an insightful webinar hosted by the Great Lakes Chapter of AICP, where we will be discussing the latest updates and changes in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

During this engaging webinar, James Sink will cover a range of topics that are crucial for understanding the current state of the NFIP. Here’s a sneak peek at what will be discussed:

  1. The 2012 Reform Act: Learn how this legislation ties into the 2020 Risk Methodology and its implications for flood insurance coverage.
  2. The 2014 Affordable Care Act: Discover how this act is connected to the 2020 Risk Methodology and its impact on flood insurance pricing.
  3. Summary of NFIP Coverages and Pricing Methodology: Gain valuable insights into the different coverages provided by NFIP and understand how pricing is determined under the new methodology.
  4. Legislative Package with Proposed Changes: Explore a comprehensive overview of 17 proposed changes within the NFIP legislative package, which could significantly impact flood insurance policies.
  5. Rulemaking Proposals: Get a brief overview of ongoing rulemaking proposals that aim to improve various aspects of the NFIP, ensuring it remains effective and responsive to changing needs.

This webinar promises to be an invaluable opportunity for you to stay up-to-date with all things related to flood insurance. By joining us, you’ll gain insider knowledge that can help your clients make informed decisions regarding their coverage options.

Don’t miss out on this chance to enhance your understanding of the new National Flood Insurance Program!

Speaker Bio:
James G. Sink is the Regional Flood Insurance Liaison for FEMA Region 5. James works with NFIP partners and stakeholders to build resilient communities by increasing understanding of the NFIP, conducting insurance outreach and education, and assisting NFIP partners and stakeholders. Previously, James was a FEMA reservist in the Planning Cadre where he served as the Customer Care Group Supervisor in the Hurricane Sandy [NFIP] Claims Review Division. James has conducted continuity of operations and emergency operations planning for a large rural healthcare provider, as well as a large agricultural producer. He was a co-researcher of “The New Normal: The Direct and Indirect Impacts of Oil Drilling and Production on the Emergency Management Function in North Dakota.” James holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Emergency Management from North Dakota State University.

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Aug 30 2023


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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