Disaster Resilience for America - May 17, 2016

ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW:

On this edition of “Disaster Relief for America”, hosts Tim Karney and Tom Moran interview Sean Murphy, the CEO and President of Lootok.

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Sean Murphy serves as CEO and President of Lootok, an operational risk management consulting firm specializing in crisis and incident management, emergency management, business continuity, business partner risk, and supply chain. Lootok helps global companies build and maintain sustainable programs by focusing on program adoption among stakeholders and driving learning around the planning process. Learn more at www.lootok.com.

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About Disaster Resilience for America:

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Disaster Resilience for America showcases the efforts of all levels of government and critical infrastructure operators to make the nation safer in the face of man-made or natural threats. This show focuses on areas of interest including: disaster planning, preparation, response, recovery, security and technological innovations, and social media usage for emergency response.

Join hosts Tom Moran and Tim Karney each week to explore the importance of disaster preparedness. Follow the All Hazards Emergency Network on LinkedInFacebook, and Twitter and you can download the All Hazards Emergency Network podcasts oniTunes and Stitcher Radio.

Hosts:

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Tim Karney is the Editor of the All Hazards Emergency Network and was the Publisher of Emergency Management Magazine. He was also Publisher ofWashington Technology. Tim has developed the All Hazards Emergency Network to improve communication and collaboration across the entire spectrum of emergency management stakeholders.

Tom Moran serves as the Executive Director for the All Hazards Consortium (AHC) and was part of the foundational efforts, which lead to the AHC's incorporation in 2005. His role is to support the Board of Directors and the member states in the areas of strategy, operations, policy development, and integrated regional planning between states, federal agencies and private sector owner/operators.