Robert Berman, CEO of Novume introduces School Violence Prevention panel at National Press Club
Robert Berman, CEO of Novume introduces
School Violence Prevention panel at National Press Club

On May 10, 2018, an experienced and prestigious group of experts gathered together at The National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to discuss the plague of deadly weapons violence in our schools.

The event panelists were introduced by Novume CEO Robert Berman.

Round-table participants included the Albert family – a family directly affected by the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Dr. Jeff Jackson, President Georgia Independent School Association, Suzy Loughlin, Firestorm Co-Founder and co-architect of the best-practices, nine-step formula, Brenda Truelove, Program Manager/Corporate Engagement, College of Continuing Studies for The University of Alabama and host school of the Behavioral Risk Threat Assessment (BeRThA®) eLearning Platform, Mina Lux, Award-winning founder of MEELO Logic Artificial Intelligence, and Hart Brown, COO of Firestorm, and MEELO AI pilot test designer.

The panel was moderated by former ABC News White House Correspondent Ann Compton. The event, underwritten and supported by Novume Solutions (Nasdaq:NVMM) and its company Firestorm makes this best-practices formula available to every school in America free of charge.

Video of the event, like the below may be viewed at the ShareTheFormula website.

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