Collaborative Partner Organizations
As the leading nonprofit that helps organizations around the world prepare for and recover from disasters, DRI relies on a wide network of partner organizations who share that mission and promote greater resiliency. By building meaningful relationships with these organizations, DRI is growing the global business continuity community and building a platform for enhanced knowledge sharing.
If you are a Certified Professional, DRI encourages you to actively support these valuable partner organizations; start by viewing the profiles below.
If you represent an industry group, DRI encourages like-minded organizations to become DRI partners. Partner benefits are many and include access to DRI expert speakers, promotional capabilities, and discounts. For information, contact Buffy Rojas Leach at email@example.com.
ACP - Association of Continuity ProfessionalsVisit Website
Membership: Professionals in BC/DR and other areas of Business Resiliency
Geographic Area: See your local chapter
Mission: Fosters the growth of the business continuity industry through its network of industry experts, education, and the exchange of information and best practices.
BRPA - Business Resumption Planners AssociationVisit Website
Membership: Professionals in contingency planning, disaster recovery, crisis management, and related fields
Geographic Area: Various city and suburban locations throughout the Chicago Metropolitan area
Mission: An independent professional association of people employed in all aspects of disaster recovery, contingency and business continuity planning dedicated to education and information exchange.
BRPW - Business Resiliency Professionals of WisconsinVisit Website
Membership: Professionals in the field of business resiliency and related areas
Geographic Area: Wisconsin area
Mission: BRPW is a diverse professional association dedicated to advancement of the business resiliency and related professions by providing opportunities for professional development, member networking events and community involvement.
CPAC - The Contingency Planning Association of the CarolinasVisit Website
Membership: Individual or organization, public or private, that can contribute to or benefit from the group.
Geographic Area: North Carolina, South Carolina and South Eastern United States
Mission: CPAC promotes the value contingency planning provides business, government and individuals by identifying common problems, proposing resolutions and sharing lessons learned from past experiences. CPAC also assists in objectively identifying vendor resources which may facilitate effective contingency planning and disaster recovery.
CPE - The Contingency Planning ExchangeVisit Website
Membership: Available to professionals in business continuity, emergency and risk management, and other similar disciplines
Geographic Area: National, headquartered in New York
Mission: Our mission is to provide members tools and resources to advance the practice of BCP, DR and CM strategies and tools; Promote resiliency, host educational seminars, and provide networking opportunities.
Continuity Professionals of OHIO (CPO)Visit Website
Membership: Continuity Professionals of OHIO (CPO) is a not-for-profit association with a focus on continuity of operations, disaster recovery, information security, and resiliency. We share our knowledge and experiences to proactively prepare for interruptions that affect our corporations, customers, and communities.
Geographic Area: Ohio and surrounding states
Mission: Our mission is to ensure that we are properly positioned to respond to and recover from any interruption.
Continuity InsightsVisit Website
Geographic Area: International
Mission: Continuity Insights is an essential information-sharing resource for business continuity professionals. Our mission is to foster information-sharing among these various constituents by creating a forum to share timely, compelling, meaningful, and usable information.
DRIE - Disaster Recovery Information ExchangeVisit Website
Membership: A non-profit association of professionals covering all aspects of Business Continuity Planning, IT Disaster Recovery Planning, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Crisis Management, Emergency Management, and Risk Management
Geographic Area: Various city and suburban locations across Canada, Barbados & Australia
Mission: DRIE is a non-profit association of professionals dedicated to the exchange of information on all aspects of planning for an emergency or a disruption to normal operations
ICP - Iowa Contingency PlannersVisit Website
Membership: Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and Emergency Management professionals from both the public and private sectors
Geographic Area: State of Iowa
Mission: Our mission is to provide Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and Emergency Management related educational and networking opportunities throughout Iowa.
ISACA NY - Information Systems Audit and Control AssociationVisit Website
Membership: Professionals in information systems audit/assurance, information security, IT risk management, and governance
Geographic Area: New York Metropolitan area
Mission: Provide world-class training, networking opportunities, and guidance while contributing to the profession both locally and internationally.
MADRA - Mid Atlantic Disaster Recovery AssociationVisit Website
Membership: All Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity, and Risk Management Professionals
Geographic Area: Washington D.C., Maryland, Northern Virginia, Delaware and Southern Pennsylvania
Mission: MADRA is a regionally based, multi-faceted forum established to educate, network and share best practices among professionals supporting risk management, business continuity and disaster recovery.
NYC Emergency Managment - Partners in PreparednessVisit Website
Membership: New York City area organizations that have demonstrated an earnest and informed commitment to New York City's effort to become a more resilient city by completing preparedness activities.
Geographic Area: New York City Area
Mission: NYC Emergency Management helps New Yorkers before, during, and after emergencies through preparedness, education, and response.