The 2023 Annual Conference – Topical and Timely for Members and Guests

2023 NFPA Annual Conference
February 14-16, 2023
Ojai, CA
Registration Now Open

The 2023 Annual Conference offers a wide-variety of expert speakers that relate to both industry professionals and their spouse/guest.

This year we have some exciting new faces like Lifetime Channels’ communication and relatability expert, Rachel DeAlto, who’s media reel can be viewed on her website. However, we also are glad to announce that we’ve welcomed back some familiar guest favorites, such as Connor Lokar, who spoke at our 2022 Industry Economic and Outlook Conference.

General Sessions Include:

  • Matt Ranen – Placing Strategic Beats in the Face of Uncertainty
  • Aric Newhouse – Our Changing Legislative and Regulatory Environment
  • Connor Kolar – The Economic Landscape Ahead
  • Alex Chausovsky – Rethinking How We Recruit and Retain Talent for our Companies
  • Peter Zeihan – Global Geopolitics

Two Member Panels:

  • Factors Shaping the Future of Industrial Technology – Featuring Industrial Customers and Suppliers
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Robin Carter Cooper, Levon Ester and A.J Jorgensen

View the conference speaker page for more details on our guest presenters.


Please contact our Member Program Manager, Allison Hade at ahade@nfpa.com for more questions.

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