The EM Weekly Show
Hosted by Todd De Voe and we are all about bringing news, interviews discussing trends and issues that impact Emergency Management, First Responder’s, military, education, public safety, communications, disaster volunteer organizations, public health, humanitarian groups, NGOs, professionals, students, and researchers. In support of the Show EM Weekly also offers a Blog for those who would rather read our episodes weekly and have access to additional content not discussed in the Show.
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We talk to Sean Griffin about how to use data and the internet of things to save lives. Targeted response saves time making response efficient and effective
This week we talk to Anthony (Tony) Alexiou about the field of contract Emergency Management. As things change over the…
This week we talk to Mary Jo Flynn-Nevis she is what we would call a futurist. With her pulse on technology and what is coming to EM
This week we talk to, ourselves, yep this is an overview of the last 99 episodes and the direction of EM Weekly. This is a fun and entertaining show.
This week we talk to Christa López the Director at Texas General Land Office. Christa has taken on the unique role of running a traditional job of FEMA, direct disaster housing. Christa discuss how Texas took on that job and how she is fulfilling that responsibility.
This week we are talking fitness. Yes, it is a New Year and like most people, we want to start off on the right foot. And I got to sit down with a fitness expert and not only is Tamrin a fitness expert she and her team focus on the emergency responder. Tamrin also has a podcast as well and Team Fit For Duty’s website is a great place for information and inspiration.
This week on EM Weekly we are talking to Dr. Kelly Garret from FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute
This week we kick off the new year with a discussion with FEMA’s Administrator Brock Long. Last year was one of the most active disasters seasons in history worldwide.