Disaster Response Lessons Learned in Texas Hear From Texas Officials

by Arturo Herrera on March 18, 2019

Hurricanes Harvey, Ike, Rita, and Dolly plus floods in 2015 and 2016, all alongside wildfires in Texas put the state on the leading edge of disaster preparedness, response and long term recovery.

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PANELISTS

Cynthia Hudson is the Director of Grant Management for the Community Development and Revitalization division of the Texas General Land Office (GLO-CDR).
Cynthia Hudson is the Director of Grant Management for the Community Development and Revitalization division of the Texas General Land Office (GLO-CDR).
Martin Rivera, Jr., is the Deputy Director of Monitoring & Quality Assurance for the Community Development and Revitalization division of the Texas General Land Office (GLO-CDR).
Deanne is a Cadmus principal who leads a FEMA National Incident Management Assistant Team. She was formally the Manager of the Office of Emergency Management for the City of Aurora, Colorado, where she led strategic change in the city’s emergency and disaster planning..


Martin Rivera, Jr., is the Deputy Director of Monitoring & Quality Assurance for the Community Development and Revitalization division of the Texas General Land Office (GLO-CDR). Jerry R. Rahm is the Housing Quality Assurance Manager for the Community Development and Revitalization division of the Texas General Land Office (GLO-CDR).


Join SSF and the Texas General Land Office’s Community Development and Revitalization division, and our co host, theCadmus Group, in a discussion of what the State has learned from recent disasters to improve preparedness and long term recovery from extreme weather events. 

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