Disasters ranging from hurricanes to wildfires have required emergency housing and shelters for displaced populations during the COVID-19 pandemic. This interactive webinar will provide a forum for emergency management, homeland security and national disaster shelter experts to examine preparedness, current disaster housing plans and capacities, emerging practices, and the application of public health and safety standards in disaster shelter activations.
Justin Brown, Chief, Office of Emergency Management Washington D.C. Department of Human Services
Denise Everhart, Division Disaster Executive, Pacific Division, American Red Cross
Dr. Donell Harvin, Chief, Homeland Security and Intelligence, Washington D.C. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA)
Angee Morgan, Deputy Director, Kansas Division of Emergency Management
Clark Kimerer, Assistant Chief (Retired), Seattle Police Department
Vice Chair, Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) (Seattle)
This webinar is part of the CHDS Housing and Shelter During a Pandemic webinar series and is held in partnership with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), CHDS Alumni Association, International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), and National Emergency Management Association (NEMA).
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