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HBCU on Campus Community Emergency Response Training Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Toole
01:00:22
Sarah Toole, Savannah State University
dwayne Chambers
01:00:42
Deputy Police Chief Dwayne Chambers of Morgan State University
Steven Lesane
01:00:54
Chief Lesane, Shaw University
Joe Errico - Sodexo
01:01:25
Joe Errico, Shaw University
Jessica Murphy
01:01:34
Greetings, Jessica Murphy-Emergency Management Academic Program at Jackson State University
Renata Dusenbury
01:02:27
Renata Dusenbury, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Shaw University.
Penya Moses, JD, LLM
01:02:37
Greetings! Penya M. Moses, JD., LL.M., Chief Operating Officer, Grambling State University
Joe Errico - Sodexo
01:02:57
Joe Errico, Director of Facilities, Shaw University
Jerelene Carver
01:03:20
Welcome Shaw University, Counseling Services
Dr. Vonda Easterling
01:04:03
Vonda Easterling, Director of Housing and Residence Life, Shaw University
Mildred Hunter
01:05:05
Mildred Hunter, Regional Minority Health Analyst, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, US Department of Health and Human Services, Region 5
Ponmile Olonilua
01:21:07
Will the presentations be made available to us after? Thanks.
Kelly Fitzgerald
01:24:13
https://www.ready.gov/cert
Kelly Fitzgerald
01:25:15
https://training.fema.gov/is/crslist.aspx
Kelly Fitzgerald
01:25:33
EMI IS Training site for accessing IS317
HBCU Workforce
01:38:02
If you are ready to speak, the mics are open for you all to unmute and I’ll permit it for allowance. Thank you!
Jessica Murphy
01:38:38
This is not a question, but a comment. It is so wonderful to hear about the encouragement for CERT on our HBCU Campuses. I agree with the statement that HBCUs are often in underserved communities and we (HBCU) can be help in our community response. Just yesterday, we had a possible tornado to come close to Jackson State Uni. This is a week after 27 tornadoes touched down in MS. So our severe weather season is off and running. It would be great for our students to enhance their skills to help build community preparedness and resilience.
Ponmile Olonilua
01:39:38
I missed most of the presentations. Are these going to be made available for us afterwards? Thanks.
Goulda Downer
01:41:09
Yes, it will be posted on our website HBCU.EMWC@OUTLOOK.COM
Ponmile Olonilua
01:41:26
Thanks.
Pamela Bingham
01:41:51
We are having tornados right now in Richmond/Petersburg so I will have to watch the recording.
Sarah Toole
01:42:19
Please stay safe Ms. Bingham
Pamela Bingham
01:45:20
Thanks.
Danielle Cortes DeVito
01:46:34
Who pays the G instructors at the local level
Ponmile Olonilua
01:50:19
If I do the train the trainers program, will I qualify to be a G-instructor as well?
Pamela Bingham
01:52:25
I took Maryland CERT (40 hours) and am now in Virginia. Can I just take a refresher to become a trainer in Virginia? My local government/fire chief in Virginia says they don't have the funding. There are 2 HBCUs nearby.
Barbara Hayes
01:58:39
Barbara Hayes
Ponmile Olonilua
01:58:44
Ponmile Olonilua, Professor, Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas
Ponmile Olonilua
01:59:01
Sorry I have to leave now for another meeting. Great presentations and discussion.
Barbara Hayes
01:59:16
Barbara Hayes,Kentucky State University,Interim Chief of Police
Pamela Bingham
02:00:25
I am concerned not only about cultural competence, but the GREAT disparity in smaller, lower income communities. CERT in major cities seems to be a given, but having CERT in smaller, Black communities always seem to demonstrate the great disparities a between haves and have nots. Also, several cities/communities (e.g., Jackson, MS. Petersburg.VA. etc.) are having water quality issues and that is a huge challenge in natural disasters.
Kelly Fitzgerald
02:01:02
Kelly Fitzgerald FEMA HiEd Kelly.Fitzgerald@fema.dhs.gov
Pamela Bingham
02:04:02
I just wanted this to be on the record.
Jerelene Carver
02:05:45
can you put the slide back up for all the Schools, thanks
Mildred Hunter
02:07:44
Very Informative.
Leemar Thorpe
02:07:46
Great Presentations - Thank you all!