By Anne Kronenberg, Executive Director, Department of Emergency Management
On the East Coast it was a super storm, in the heart of Texas it was a gathering of elite athletes, and thousands of miles away it was lessons learned from years of conflict. As the Executive Director of San Francisco’s Department of Emergency Management (DEM) I have the honor of working with talented and dedicated individuals responsible for managing every day and not so every day emergencies. One of the most important things we can do to become a more resilient San Francisco is to learn from the experiences of others.
Emergency Managers Coming Together to Exchange Ideas and Learn from Each Other
Last month, San Francisco hosted the Big City Emergency Managers (BCEM) Conference. This bi-annual conference brings together emergency managers from big cities throughout the nation. Over the course of three days emergency managers from New York, New…
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