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The Current of Emergency Management

Cody Powell and Dr. Maribel Martinez-Mejia

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The Current of Emergency Management is co-hosted by two fulltime Emergency Management Coordinators who are not only colleagues but good friends. Their hope is to talk about issues facing Emergency Managers today and discuss real world solutions, best practices, and creative ways they have been able to solve problems.
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Emergency management is a growing discipline as our world has become increasingly more complex, interconnected, and vulnerable to hazards both natural and human caused. The role of the emergency manager, including leaders in public safety, has expanded and become more vital to cities, counties, states, and large organizations, and much of this work can be contained and effectively managed within projects, be they longer term plans, disaster recovery, mitigation measures or short-term emergen ...
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Emergency Management Australia Podcast

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The Emergency Management Australia Podcast is brought to you by the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department. The podcast covers the latest issues in emergency management from dealing with bushfires, cyclones, earthquakes and tsunamis, to complex policy development or program delivery issues. We'll speak to everyone from the Federal Minister to the volunteer at the end of the fire hose.
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Welcome to the Wildfires, Floods, and Chaos Communications Podcast. Join our team of information officers as we recount the intense 2023 British Columbia wildfire season, marked by 10,000 evacuees, theft and sabotage of firefighting equipment, protests, and nearly 300 destroyed or damaged structures. We navigate the challenges of crisis communications amid these wildfires and floods, compounded by a ban on news and the declining impact of Canadian news media. We explore effective strategies ...
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Send us a Text Message. Disaster communications isn’t just about fighting fires – it’s about connecting communities amidst chaos. In this episode, host Tim Conrad discusses the intense challenges and strategies behind managing public relations during the 2023 British Columbia wildfire season. Guest Jan Enns delves into her own experiences with evac…
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Send us a Text Message. Can strategic planning and empathy transform chaos into order? In this episode, Tim Conrad, introduces Michelle Toma, an information officer with expertise in research, analytics, and crisis communication strategies. They recount their experiences during the devastating 2023 British Columbia wildfire season, highlighting the…
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Send us a Text Message. In the eye of the storm, communication is key. In this episode, Tim Conrad and Kendra Stoner discuss the high stakes of emergency communication. They discuss the challenges and rewards of managing emergency operations centres (EOCs) during British Columbia's intense 2023 wildfire season. Kendra highlights the importance of e…
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Send us a Text Message. From the frontlines of wildfires to the heart of communities. This episode dives deep into the gritty realities of disaster communications. Tim Conrad interviews Lloyd Piehl, an experienced information officer, about their harrowing yet impactful experiences during the 2023 British Columbia wildfire season. Lloyd shares comp…
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Send us a Text Message. When chaos strikes, communication is key. In this episode of the Wildfires, Floods, and Chaos Communications podcast, Tim sits down with Leila Daoud, an experienced public relations professional, to discuss the unprecedented 2023 British Columbia wildfire season. Leila shares her insights on the challenges and benefits of op…
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Send us a Text Message. When wildfires rage, clear communication is the ultimate firebreak. In this episode, Tim Conrad sits down with Mike Lupien, a public relations expert, to discuss his experiences during the 2023 British Columbia wildfire season and the infamous 2016 Fort McMurray fire. Mike shares his insights on crisis communication strategi…
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Send us a Text Message. Navigating chaos with calm. In episode one, Tim Conrad interviews Brie Thorsteinson-Ogle, an expert in strategic behavioural communication, about their experiences managing communications during the brutal 2023 British Columbia wildfires. Brie discusses the critical importance of building trust, simplifying complex processes…
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In this conversation, Maribel and Cody discuss various topics, including their faith and how it keeps them grounded and helps with their work-life balance in the field of emergency management and how respecting each other's faith and family is crucial in maintaining a strong relationship. They continue the conversation with discussing how their fai…
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In this episode, Cody and Maribel discuss the recent AT&T outage and its impact on voting sites during an election. They introduce their guest, Daniel Blount, who has extensive experience in radio communications. Daniel shares his background in civil air patrol and ham radio and discusses the recent wildfires in the Texas Panhandle. The importance …
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In episode 19 of Riding the Wave- PM4EM, my guest was Thomas Croall. We spoke about organizational and operation resilience, how corporations are addressing increasing risk factors in the post pandemic world, and how emergency management and business continuity are integrated into Enterprise Risk Management. A longer bio is given below and contact …
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Summary In this episode, Cody and Maribel discuss their absence from the podcast and express gratitude for the continued support from listeners. They reflect on the passage of time since the COVID-19 pandemic, recent changes in emergency management in Texas, including realignment and the introduction of new positions. They highlight the importance …
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Kit Lee-Demery is an emergency management professional with public, private, and higher education sector experiences. Kit is the Senior Manager of Business Continuity for Proskauer Rose and is responsible for business continuity and crisis management for the firm. Kit is also an adjunct at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Previously, Kit worke…
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We are kicking off a re-inauguration of the podcast, and I have as my guest Todd T. De Voe. In this episode we discussed risk and recovery topics, including the Gray Rhino, antifragility, disaster risk reduction, and his 30-60-90 day recovery planning framework. See referenced links below his bio.A full version of our conversation can be found at: …
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On this episodes we talk about why we took a summer break which has a lot to do with summer conferences. We discuss the ones we went to, the benefits and some unconventional conferences that EMs may not go to often. We also spend time discussing the summer heat wave and wildfires that have created so many problems here in Texas this summer. Support…
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This is the second of two episodes with recently retired Master Gunnery Sergeant Justin Aiken who served in the United States Marine Corps for 31 years. Our initial plan was for this interview to be mostly focused around what lessons we could learn from someone who served at the highest level about leadership and training. However, to prepare for t…
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This is the first of two episodes with recently retired Master Gunnery Sergeant Justin Aiken who served in the United States Marine Corps for 31 years. Our initial plan was for this interview to be mostly focused around what lessons we could learn from someone who served at the highest level about leadership and training. However, to prepare for th…
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There were some audio quality issues on the recording for this episode... The quality improves at around the 15 minute mark. In this episode, we interview Julie Elliot about her research and recently published article in the Journal of Emergency Management; Moved to partner: A case study of faith-based congregations in disaster response. Julie was …
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On this episode, we had the opportunity to sit down with Jennifer Dunn, Warning Coordination Meteorologist from the Fort Worth Office of the National Weather Service (NWS-FW). We discuss her role within the NWS and the role of NWS as a whole. Of course, we dive into the coordination between NWS and local Emergency Management. We also discuss topics…
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On this episode, we talk about defining what an Emergency Manager is and discuss the reasons why defining out job and scope of practice is becoming a topic of conversation more and more often. Additionally, we discuss the challenges of coming up with a common definition, discuss the scope of EM, and talk about why we think being interviewed by Joe …
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Our first Episode of Season 2 covers the Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster on the 20 year anniversary. We had the opportunity to interview Irish Hancock, EM Administrator for the Arlington Fire Department, Office of Emergency Management. Irish was in his final semester at the University of North Texas when the disaster happened and was given the oppo…
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This is our final episode of 2022 and the end of the first season of the Podcast. We spend time reflecting on topics we have previously discussed to see if we still feel the same way and remember the lessons learned. We also spend time discuss what is coming up in 2023. Support the showCody Powell and Dr. Maribel Martinez-Mejia
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In this episode, we talk about EOC design and operations. We both share our experiences serving as EOC Managers in EOCs of very different sizes. We also go through the new FEMA document released this month, "Emergency Operations Center How-To Quick Reference Guide." https://www.fema.gov/sites/default/files/documents/fema_eoc-quick-reference_guide.p…
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On this episode, we discuss outdoor/ tornado/ severe weather/ air raid warning sirens. We begin with looking back in history with the development of the modern tornado warning system, the introduction of air raid sirens, and their transition to Outdoor Warning Sirens. Finally, we finish by reviewing an article and answering questions sent to us by …
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In this episode we had the opportunity to sit down with FEMA Region 6 Administrator, Tony Robinson. We talk about what it means to take an All-Hazard approach to emergency management, hurricane preparedness, public assistance, lifelines, and mitigation. Tony shares what he knows are pain points for local EMs and how FEMA is working to fix some of t…
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In this episode we talk about taking on interns in the office. We discuss what they do, what they may benefit from, paying them, expectations, and why internships are valuable. We also go through the PowerPoint of a recent intern he was required to to complete on the last day of his internship. We discuss what he learned during his time and how app…
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On this episode, we spend a few minutes recapping previous episodes before talking about planning for exercises. Specifically, we spend time talking about how to train OEM Staff and those who respond to the EOC often, and how the EMC is able to train without being part of developing the exercise. We also talk about our thoughts on being able to tra…
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Nim Kidd, Chief of the Texas Division of Emergency Management and Vice Chancellor of Texas A&M, sat down with us at TheConferenceTx to discuss recently announced programs in the State of Texas. The programs we discuss are the County Liaison Officers, EM Academy, and Constellation. Chief Kidd answered questions about the details of these programs in…
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In this episode, we discuss cognitive bias and how it could potentially affect your job as an Emergency Manager. Specifically, we spend the majority of the episode discussing 'deformation professionnelle,' translated to mean, professional deformation. We also touch on other cognitive biases and their potential impact on Emergency Managers. Support …
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This episode is the first in what will be a several episode series where we discuss Burnout in the Emergency Management Profession and the factors that lead to it. Our discussions include why we think burnout exist and why it's an issue. Support the showCody Powell and Dr. Maribel Martinez-Mejia
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In this episode we discuss how national and global events can have an effect on local Emergency Managers. The two main current events we discuss are the current conflict occurring between Russia and Ukraine as well as the trucker convoy that is taking place in the US. This topic presented the opportunity to first speak about how the podcast got its…
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This episode was recorded from San Marcos Texas at the Emergency Management Association of Texas (EMAT) Leadership Symposium. We had the opportunity to interview Melanie Bartis; Senior Planner with Innovative Emergency Management (IEM) to discuss the benefits of using an outside contractor to assist with After Action Reviews, Continuity Planning, a…
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In this episode we discuss the future of the Emergency Operations Center. As Covid pushed us towards a more virtual environment, what lessons did we learn that will be useful into the future? We also discuss technology that was helpful and we will continue to use moving forward. Support the showCody Powell and Dr. Maribel Martinez-Mejia
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I spoke with Vincent B. Davis, Founder of Preparedness Matters Consulting and serves as Director of Disaster Services for Feeding America. Prior to joining Feeding America in January 2020, he served as workplace resiliency manager at Amazon, where he developed disaster frameworks to support the company’s 175 corporate offices. Before joining Amazon…
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I spoke with Todd De Voe, an emergency management educator and the host of EM Weekly, Business Continuity Today, Natural Disaster & Emergency Management Expo’s Prepare, Respond, Recover Show and is also the Produce the EM Student's Show. Todd's involvement in Emergency Response, Emergency Management, Education, and Volunteer Management started when…
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This episode features Celia Seigerman-Levit, VP Risk Mgt., Olive Tree Holdings. Prior to Olive Tree Holdings, Celia was the Director of Risk Management at Sotheby's, Yeshiva University, and at the Related Companies, and lead the risk management consulting practice at Alliant Insurance Services, a large National Insurance Broker where her team provi…
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In episode 13, we talked with Alexander Grijalva, who is an adjunct professor at New York City College of Technology, and owner of Security Hourglass, a cyber risk management consulting company. He is also the Chief Information Security Officer at VillageCare, a community healthcare provider, in New York City.His 30-year cybersecurity career has co…
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This podcast episode is a re-edited version of a conversation I had with Steve Gutkin, currently Senior Vice President of Global Crisis Management & Business Continuity at NBCUniversal Media. Steve was formerly the Acting Director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. Prior to serving in that role, he was Deputy Director i…
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I spoke with Jeff Schlegelmilch, a Research Scholar and the Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University’s Earth Institute. In this role he oversees the operations and strategic planning for the center. Before becoming director, he served as the center's deputy director for more than five years. He also oversees …
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This episode features Mark Chubb, Chief Resilience Officer for ManitouNW LLC and Senior Fire Analyst at CODE LLC Corp.This is an extract from the webinar From Surviving to Thriving: How to Manage Crises and Create a Resilient Organization. Marks speaks about the application of agile crisis management in Bangladesh following the Rana Plaza disaster …
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I spoke with Dr. Daniel P. Aldrich who is a professor and director of the Security and Resilience Program at Northeastern University. He researches post-disaster recovery, countering violent extremism, the siting of controversial facilities and the interaction between civil society and the state. He has published five books, more than fifty peer re…
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For the latest help with responding to COVID-19, catch us at www.pinnacleperformancemanagement.com Since many of my guests on the podcast are professionals in emergency management and business continuity and have been going at full steam in response to COVID-19, it has been difficult to schedule interviews lately, and, to be clear, I have been jamm…
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Episode 7In this episode, the table is turned on me, and your regular host, Andrew Boyarsky, is interviewed by Katherine Boyarsky , the host’s niece who is a healthcare specialist (both bios below).In this episode we discuss how healthcare professionals and organizations need to prepare for handling COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, in their…
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In this episode, I spoke with Dante Disparte, who is the founder and CEO of Risk Cooperative, a strategy, risk and capital management firm focused on mid-market opportunities, market expansion and innovation on a global scale. He is the co-author of the book “Global Risk Agility and Decision Making” and was recently selected as one of the 40 leader…
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