Doug Monette, Assistant Chief of Police, Michigan State University; James Podlucky, Industry Solutions Manager, Everbridge; Dan R. Pascale, Executive Vice President, Margolis Healy & AssociatesDownload Now!
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 | 2:00 PM ET
How are you strengthening resiliency within your campus community before, during, and after a severe weather event?
Weather emergencies and severe weather events can happen very quickly. Potentially impacting the things that matter most. As severe weather season continues to ramp up, it only takes one event to have an impact on an entire campus community. A poorly designed plan can negatively affect the response and recovery phases but also impact communication and collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and visitors throughout the incident lifecycle.
Each school is unique with complex environments but the mission to create safe and secure surroundings remain to be parallel.
This webinar will discuss:
• Best practices for expanding your reach within and around the campus community
• Coordinating and collaborating with stakeholders throughout the incident lifecycle
• How technology is best utilized before, during, and after a severe weather event
About the speakers
Doug Monette, Assistant Chief of Police, Michigan State University. Doug joined MSU in 1996 after serving in the East Lansing Police Department for nearly 10 years. He has held multiple roles including being responsible for media relations, internal affairs and recruiting as well as working as a detective on task forces for cold cases, major crimes and homicides. Doug was also a member of the team that established implicit bias training for all members of the department.
James Podlucky joined Everbridge in April 2020 as an Industry Solutions Manager. James started his career in the emergency management field after graduating from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL. Throughout his public safety career, he has worked at the city, county, and state level. He is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), through the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) and a graduate of the Master Exercise Practitioner Program (MEPP), as well as the National Emergency Management Advanced Academy (NEMAA) with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Throughout his career, he has served in many roles within various Emergency Operation Centers (EOC) for flooding events, the United States presidential inauguration, tropical storms, winter storms, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Dorian, the World Rowing Championship and most recently the COVID-19 pandemic. James has innovated emergency management business processes and data analytics to provide situational awareness and a common operating picture when managing critical events.
About the moderator
Daniel R. Pascale, Executive Vice President, Margolis Healy & Associates is a board-certified security and emergency management professional with more than 25 years of experience as a practitioner, consultant, and volunteer leader. He is responsible for Margolis Healy's consulting strategies, business development initiatives, and continues to lead the Security and Emergency Management practice areas. In this role, he has worked with dozens of institutions to conduct emergency plan and program reviews, and hazard, risk, and vulnerability assessments. He has also conducted executive training programs, both facility, and campus-wide security assessments, and developed relevant emergency preparedness and security-related policies and procedures.