Aaron discusses what it’s like for the members of the Warrior Built Foundation to mobilize and race not 1 but in three classes of the Baja 1000
What is the average pay for an emergency manager out there? So, according to Glassdoor.com, the average pay is about $75,000, US Dollars, a year. And so, like I said, that’s the average. So, what I took a look down here is
I don’t know, two, three minutes. The response time, by the time we got there and treated the couple of patients that we tried to treat, we only saved one. It took another ten minutes, tops. And then it was a crime scene, it was a crime scene like that. And then it was just processing the scene, right?
I discovered that I was doing servant leadership pretty much since I was like, a teenager. I didn’t realize the concepts that I was practicing were called, later on, servant leadership. I was a boy scout, I was really involved in my community, I did a lot of community work, I volunteered at the hospital.
if you know what career path you want to do, why not get started as quickly as possible? So, let’s double check your resume. First things first, you need to have a really solid, clean, resume.
I would say that Team Rubicon is a very great organization to– not just being biased, but it’s a great organization to join because it’s not always just disasters that we do, because disasters don’t happen every day, right?
So, that’s a little bit of a history lesson on what was happening. What does that necessarily mean in terms of emergency management is pretty interesting in this aspect of it? It’s that our field has really been taken from civil defense, and the civil defense was taken from the concepts of the Homefront of the military.
Todd Devoe, speaking. And yes, we are rolling out the new podcast, EM Student. And so, what are we about? Let me go back a little bit and talk about myself. So, if you didn’t know why we started EM Weekly, I started it because we wanted to bring guests from around the world of emergency management into my classroom, and so it expanded from there.
Yeah, and one of the things that Randy and I had actually talked about when we were realizing the magnitude of this, and all of these were coming in that it was almost like a very localized, catastrophic earthquake.