Join us on December 7 for the ‘COVID Conclusion’ Summit at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta. Georgia Pacific Foundation President Curley Dossman will sponsor the event that will include honoring individuals, companies and non-profits who receive our 2022 WorldSafe Awards.

Joel Babbit, CEO of Narrative Content Group, will be recipient of a 2022 ‘Worldsafe Award’ for outstanding work to ‘tell important stories well’ and to help Safe America ‘be the vision of protecting lives.’  Our goal: to assess ways to ‘Keep Safety Popular’ and advance Worldsafe in 2022… with more memberships in our ‘CEO Network (community enhancement officers).


Luncheon attendee is FODAC CEO Chris Brand (Friends of Disabled Adults & Children) who will be honored with a 2022 ‘WorldSafe Award.’ Other non-profits invited to join the WorldSafe Alliance – and receive ‘donor advised funds’ – include Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance (GIPA), DAV, the National Association of Counties, International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), 100 Black Men, Knights of Columbus, Puerto Rico’s ‘Fraternal Society of Mercy’ (SFM) and Advocates of Children.

Firms supporting the ‘COVID Conclusion’ Summit include: the UPS Foundation; Primerica Foundation; and the ATL Airport Chamber and CEO Carmenlita Scott. Together with ‘WorldSafe Alliance members,’ the Summit will discuss new ways to help protect people and determine how future disasters can be resolved through cooperation.Tickets are available (in person). To reserve afternoon tickets or tables for the evening’s ‘Popular Gala,‘ call Carol Pilgrim at (770)-973-SAFE or email And thanks to the ‘Think Tank‘ members who attended our fall event in New York at One World Trade Center (aka, ‘Freedom Tower’). Together, we’ll go deeper into new tactics to address future disaster resiliency and help launch our ‘Leap Forward’ global drill campaign in 2024.