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Check out our full meeting agenda, including descriptions of Monday workshops, the concurrent session schedule schedule, and information on our plenaries by visiting

More Conference News

The Weather Channel speaker confirmed

We are happy to announce that Carl Parker, The Weather Channel storm specialist and climate specialist, will be speaking at the Wednesday Plenary.

The topic of discussion will be “Communicating the Impacts of Weather and Climate on Communities.”

Other Wednesday plenary speakers include Institute for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Management (I-DIEM) CEO Chauncia Willis and Reinsurance Association of America former President Frank Nutter.

Tools Cafe lineup

Once again, we have an outstanding lineup of regional tools and resources that will be featured at our GOMCON Tools Cafe on Tuesday, Feb. 20!

Presenters will demonstrate 25 regional tools designed to assist stakeholders in making coastal management informed decisions.

Tools Cafe Descriptions

Online registration deadline Feb. 16

Regular online registration is available now through Feb. 16, 2024, and is $300 for the entire four-day conference. On-site registration is $350.

You may also register for just Monday workshops for $50.


#GOMCON Sponsors

Please contact Becky Ginn at 228-547-4808 or  for information on sponsorship opportunities.
View our complete list of sponsors
About the Gulf of Mexico Alliance The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is a regional partnership focused on enhancing the environmental and economic health of the Gulf of Mexico through increased collaboration. Led by the five Gulf states, our network includes over 150 participating organizations from state and federal agencies, tribal governments, communities, academia, non-governmental organizations, and industry. Priority issues addressed by the Alliance include coastal community resilience; data and monitoring; education; habitat; water resources; wildlife and fisheries; and marine debris.

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