The importance of private business relationships in emergency management. Contractors, training, transportation, debris…
Involvement in disaster research at North Dakota State University extends back to 1979 when departmental faculty received National Science Foundation
Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEMA) have developed a premier program to aid and develop students as they obtain their degree.
A friend of the show Jeff Schlegelmilch to discuss his book Rethinking Readiness. What does it mean to be prepared?
Community organizations and why they are important to the national conversation on moving from a response centric mindset to a preparedness and community resilience mindset.
This week we have IAEM Vice President Candidate Brian Scroggins on the show to discuss why he wants to be the 2nd VP for IAEM.
This week we discuss the responsibilities of being a leader in the role of an Emergency Manager.
Brace yourself for campaign ads and your mailbox is full, it is officially campaign season, who are you going to vote for?
Brandi Hunter of Aspiring Emergency Managers Online (AEMO), a new and upcoming emergency management community
This week we are discussing what the impact of COVID-19 will have on responding to disasters. It is not going to be business as usual. What will shelter operations look like? Do we operate out of an EOC or a virtual Command Post?