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Recent disasters — from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico to the Camp Fire in California — have proven that communications are the most critical and central infrastructure for emergency response and recovery. In order to reduce future disaster risk, emergency managers can begin to build community resilience with a better understanding of modern communications infrastructure.
In this webinar, you will learn how to turn the lessons of recent disasters into actionable strategies for your emergency communications plan.
Cale Teeter-Gregg, Director of Public Safety at goTenna, has over 20 years of experience in homeland security and public safety. As the Director of Public Safety at goTenna, he is driving the adoption of the company’s innovative, military-grade mesh networking capabilities at federal civilian as well as state and local agencies. Prior to goTenna, Cale served as the Senior Strategic Homeland Security Planner for the Brazos Valley Region in Texas, where he wrote regional emergency communications, mitigation, and response plans and managed six federally declared disasters.
Cale holds two master’s degrees; one in Homeland Security with an emphasis on Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection from the Naval Postgraduate School, and another in Biology with an emphasis on Bio-Warfare from Texas Tech University. He is also a graduate of the Department of Homeland Security National Emergency Management Advanced Leaders Academy.
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The event is at 10am Arizona (1pm Eastern). Please note your respective time zone.
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