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Over the last 10 years Bud has developed a comprehensive emergency preparedness program that is the future footprint for "Culturalizing Preparedness in America." FirstLine has become known as the Interactive Emergency Preparedness Network or iEPN. From his beginning’s Bud understood that the chief majority of our public-private efforts to inspire or provide preparedness messaging has failed. However, preparedness messaging through AR Technology is quickly becoming the first of it's kind tool box for the entire emergency management network.
Mr. Leavitt is the Executive Chairman of Telgian Corporation an international fire protection and corporate security services organization. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, holds a Level IV certification from NICET in Fire Sprinkler System design and is a Certified Fire Protection Specialist. He is a licensed contractor with over 35 years of experience in the design, installation, and testing of fire protection systems. He is a member of the NFPA Board of Directors.
Todd has over 25 years of management and supervisory experience in the graphic design and content development industries’. Todd subsequently created Seipert Inc. a company devoted to graphic design, music and art.
The Nevada SBDC is a part of the UNLV Office of Economic Development and Technology Transfer where Mike assists with the commercialization of university funded research projects.
The longest serving county emergency manager in the State of Florida retires today. Charlotte County Commissioners are marking the day by declaring Friday "Wayne Sallade Day."
Sallade has lived in Charlotte County for more than half a century, and has spent the last 30 years as the head of the county's emergency management.
Veteran Charlotte County Emergency Management Director Wayne Sallade has been inducted into the Florida Emergency Management Hall of Fame.
“Going into the Hall of Fame with former Florida Director Joe Myers and former FEMA Administrator David Paulison puts me in very rare air,” he said.
As the Project manager and/or communication consultant Doug is the point of contact developing communication strategies for corporate and multidisciplinary Preparedness Messaging projects, coordinating publications and or instituting collateral for various client areas including administrative, clinical, research and education institutes supporting the "Everyone Is A First Responder" network.