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In Person Workshop

On March 12 & 13, 2013, the CDC Foundation, CDC, and FEMA staff convened the thought leaders representing the seven funded promising example communities to share their programs' best practices and discuss strategies to replicate, sustain, and build impactful programs that exemplify a Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management.

Stephanie Brady blogged about her experience at the In-Person Workshop. Read about it here.

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At the start of the CDC EOC tour Brian Whitlow with SF CARD and Stephanie Brady with the Independent Living Center, Inc Joplin, Missouri. David Morris with evacuteer.org and Daniel Homsey with the Resilient Diamond Heights Project in San Francisco Ethan Riley speaking with Cori Wigington and Victoria Harp Ethan Riley with the Emergency Kit Cookoff and Ira Tannenbaum with New York City Office of Emergency Managment Partners in Preparedness Ethan Riley touring the CDC Museum

evacuteer.org program leaders Robert Fogarty and David Morris with Bernice Bronson from the CDC Foundation Ira Tannenbaum talks with Daniel Homsey Ira Tannenbaum tours the CDC Emergency Operations Center Joan Cioffi with the CDC and Robert Samaan with FEMA Katie Lighthall with Project Wildfire takes her seat between David Morris with evacuteer.org and Jeff Flowers with the Independent Living Center, Inc of Joplin, Missouri Representatives from FEMA Region IV joined the Whole Community program leaders on the tour of CDC's Emergency Operation Center

Rhonda Oberlin with Do1thing and Katie Lighthall of Project Wildfire listen to the CDC EOC Tour Guide Robert Fogarty with evacuteer.org The Whole Community Program think tank getting started on March 12, 2012 Whole Community Partners at the CDC museum Whole Community Program Leaders at Breakfast on March 13, 2013 Whole Community Program Contacts

Whole Community Program leaders speak with Stacey Brawner from CDC March 12, 2013 - The thought leaders from the seven promising example communities visited the CDC in Atlanta

 

 
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