Monthly membership meetings are generally held over the lunch hour, on the second Thursday of each month, featuring a catered lunch with informative guest speakers and presentations on a variety of security-related topics. Meetings are hosted at member sites throughout the Twin Cities.
Annual membership in ASIS Chapter 25 also provides access to certification study groups, job postings and opportunities to network with other local, regional and national security professionals representing a wide range of organizations, including: manufacturing, education, healthcare, real estate, property management and government, financial, utilities, along with current and former law enforcement and private security.
Announcements / News
February Chapter Meeting: Enterprise Security Risk Management
Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) has been an emerging topic in the industry over the past year. Please join us for our February 2018 Chapter Meeting as we deliver a presentation and forum discussion on the implementation of ESRM; including identified benefits, initial lessons learned, current progress and identified challenges.
Jon Harris, CPP, PSP: Associate Director – Security, Property & International Trade Compliance for the Sensors & Integrated Systems (SIS) business unit of UTC Aerospace Systems.
Emily Stroud: FSO, BCP Lead – Rosemount Aerospace, Inc.
Nathan Olson: Manager – Enterprise Security & Risk Management for the Sensors & Integrated Systems (SIS) business unit of UTC Aerospace Systems.
Brandon Beyl: Facility Control Official for AMFMS.
Please see the EVENTS tab to register for this event!
Monthly Meeting Locations
As 2018 planning continues by the Board of Directors, please consider hosting a monthly chapter meeting at your place of business. Over the last handful of years, the Board of Directors has made a conscience effort to move and showcase each monthly meeting at a different members’ place of business. If you have a space within the greater twin cities metropolitan area that can comfortably hold 50-75 with AV/Media options, we’d enjoy hearing from you! Please email Lisa Mountain, Membership Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested.
Have you changed jobs, retired or just have more time on your hands? Want to maintain both personal and professional connections within the chapter? Please let us know who you are! As we move into 2018 there will be multiple opportunities to help out the local chapter leadership with various items, tasks, meetings and/or events. We’d enjoy it if the ASIS MN Chapter remains a place that you continue to network and dedicate your volunteerism towards. Please email current Co-Chair, Nate Zoellner (email@example.com
MN ASIS Chapter #25 May Chapter Meeting & Joint Meeting with ATAP (Association of Threat Assessment Professionals)
May 16, 2019 8:30 am - 11:00 am
Thursday, May 16th, 2019
3M Center - Building 224
Maplewood, MN 55119
Enter the 3M campus from either McKnight Rd or Century Ave exits from I-94. Parking is available in any of the general parking areas in front of building 224 (marked in green on the attached map.)
8:30a-9:00a Check-in, Continental Breakfast and Networking
9:00a-10:00a Presentation by Kristina Anderson
10:15a-11:00a Panel Discussion - Active Shooter Prevention
Safety is Personal: Lessons Learned as Survivor of the Virginia Tech Tragedy
As the world witnessed the tragedy that transpired on the Virginia Tech campus in April of 2007, the lives of Kristina Anderson and her classmates rapidly changed as a student gunman entered her classroom and committed one of the worst acts of violence in history. Shot three times within twelve minutes, Ms. Anderson will share a candid, first-hand account of her personal experience, the journey towards recovery, and her mission for how increased education around threat assessment and management can help individuals take personal accountability to help prevent violence, respond and recover within our communities.
Speaker: Kristina Anderson is an international advocate in the fields of bystander intervention, active shooter response and violence prevention within schools, workplaces and public spaces.
Kristina is founder of the Koshka Foundation for Safe Schools, a non-profit that provides training on the prevention of school and workplace violence, education on active shooter preparedness, and consultation on post-crisis recovery. Ms. Anderson travels extensively within the United States and Canada to spread the importance of preparedness and joint training between citizens, educators, law enforcement, emergency managers, and first responders. Ms. Anderson started the non-profit after becoming one of the most critically injured survivors of the 2007 Virginia Tech school tragedy, where she was shot 3 times.
Ms. Anderson is also co-founder of LiveSafe, a mobile technology communication platform for sharing safety-related information that is used by over 100 college campuses, as well as corporations and hospitals.
Ms. Anderson has delivered training to numerous law enforcement and government agencies, as well as schools and workplaces to include school resource officers, university administrators, fire and emergency managers, FEMA, the FBI and private corporations. She is a member of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals and graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in International Studies.