The Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management (MACEM) is proud to host "Enhancing Disaster Survivability of Diverse Populations" a professional development conference at Frederick Community College on Monday, April 27, 2015.
Welcoming Dr. Jacqueline McBride, President/Founder of the International Network of Women in Emergency Management, Marcie Roth, Director of FEMA Office of Disability Integration & Coordination and Pauline Campbell, Director of the FEMA Office of Equal Rights, to speak to participants, the conference will focus on identifying, understanding and enhancing disasters survivability of diverse populations in American communities.
This valuable training is designed for those in public and private sectors in addition to personnel serving in emergency management offices, as well as the departments and agencies of the emergency services.
The conference will take place from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and the $59 per person fee includes lunch. Professionals in the field attending the conference will receive .6 Continuing Education Units upon successful completion. To view the conference agenda and register online, visit www.Frederick.edu/QuickEnroll
and select Emergency Management.
The Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management (MACEM) at Frederick Community College fosters a positive, collaborative emergency preparedness environment to develop resilience in the communities. Contact MACEM by phone at (240) 629-7970 or email
. Learn more at www.Frederick.edu/MACEM.