IAEM Regions 4 & 5 Training Summit & EXPO - May 19-23, 2014 - Savannah, GA

March 31, 2014
Tyra Gore | tyra_gore@uss.salvationarmy.org

IAEM Regions 4 & 5 Training Summit & EXPO - May 19-23, 2014 -  Savannah, GA

IAEM-USA Regions 4 & 5 Training Summit & EXPO

"Doing More with Less: Collaboration, Coordination & Communication" 

The International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Training Summit will focus on best practices and challenges at all levels of government, the private sector, an non-government agencies alike. This year's Training Summit, "Doing More with Less: Collaboration, Coordination & Communication," reflects the balancing act of mandated and/or recommended tightened budgets and limited resources amid emergency management programs. 

The goal of the Training Summit is to improve knowledge, competency level, and collaborative skills. IAEM accomplishes this by attracting relevant high-profile speakers to address current topics and practical solutions.  In addition to the Summit, the EXPO will draw a myriad of exhibitors who are the top suppliers to the fields of disaster preparedness and homeland security.

Keynote Speakers:

Ms. Andrea Davis, Director - Crisis Management and Business Continuity - The Walt Disney Company

Mr. Charley English, President - National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) / Director - GA EMA/Homeland Security

Mr. Bruce Lockwood, CEM, President - IAEM-USA / Deputy Director - New Hartford EMA

Mr. John "Rusty" Russell, 1st Vice President - IAEM-USA / Director - Huntsville-Madison County EMA

Mr. Ellis M. Stanley, Sr, CEM - Global Board Chair / Former Director - City of LA EMA

Ms. Libby Turner, Federal Coordinating Officer  - FEMA


Pre-Summit and Post-Summit "sought after" training are available, including the CEM/AEM Exam Prep Course and Social Media for Disaster Response and Recovery training. 

A wide range of workshops are offered for all types of Emergency Management and Homeland Security professionals, including best practives, social media, medical, FEMA, DHS related topics, and much more.

Benefits of Attendance:

Attendees overtly and intuitively gain invaluable emergency management knowledge via a forum for current trends and topics, and information about the latest tools and technology in Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

Education and Training: A great way for attendees to maximize continuing education.

  • Best value for obtaining/learning new skillsets
  • Learn best practices and lessons learned from actual disasters and the field's most respected speakers


  • Improve job proficiency through critical information sharing with other emergency management professionals in all levels of government, private sector, public health, and related professions.

Products and Services:

The EXPO will showcase our industry's best technologies, products, and services.

Who Should Attend:

Emergency Managers, Homeland Security Officials, Private Industry, Risk Managers, Response Operations Personnel, Emergency Management Students, Faith-Based Organizations, Hospitals, Public Health, University and Colleges, etc.


Take advantage of the IAEM group discount ($119 single or double plus tax) at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Savannah, GA.  To reserve lodging, Click Here Reservation Deadline: April 18th.

To Register:

Click Here or Visit www.iaem.com.  Registration Deadline: May 2nd.

For information about IAEM Regionals 4 & 5,  Click Here for Region 4 and Click Here for Region 5

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