Registration for the 56th Annual Wisconsin Governor’s Conference on Emergency Management & Homeland Security is now open!

This year’s conference will take place March 13-15 at the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Pre-conference training sessions will be held on March 13, with the conference general session scheduled for March 14 and 15. The theme of this year’s conference is “Unravelling Complexities.”

Take advantage of the early registration rate now by completing your online registration before Jan. 31.

  • Early Registration – $275
  • Late Registration – $325

The conference offers multiple tracks designed to help attendees explore how different aspects of emergency management and homeland security intersect. Whether you come from communications, public health, the private sector, emergency response or homeland security, the 2024 conference strives to help attendees gain skills to disentangle complex situations during an emergency.

The agenda features a wide selection of presentations highlighting the following tracks:

  • Interoperable Communications and Technology
  • Critical Infrastructure and Private Sector
  • All-Hazards Response and Recovery
  • Public Health and Community Resilience
  • Managing Cyber and Physical Threats
  • Emerging Trends

WEM will once again be presenting Wisconsin Certified Emergency Manager certificates during the conference to those who have achieved this important milestone in their training.

In addition, Wisconsin Emergency Management will present three awards to recognize those who have made important contributions to emergency management. Nominations for the Service, Mentorship, and Lifetime Achievement Awards can be made at Nominations are due by Feb. 2.

More information about the conference, including sponsorship opportunities, vendor information and a preliminary agenda, is available at

We look forward to seeing you in March at The Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva!