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Emergency Manager

Saint Michael, Minnesota, United States
January 13, 2018

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Education: Bachelor of science

North Dakota State University August 2014 May, 2018

studying at NDSU to attain a bachelor of science in emergency management with a minor in management communication

Work Experience: Emergency management

Anoka County Emergency Management Specialist May 30, 2017-Present

Grant review and submission for hazard mitigation efforts

Start completion of Basic Emergency Management Certification

Disaster recovery processes including damage assessment, accepting claims and submitting to appropriate channels and involving all county assets, public and private.

Community education and outreach in the form of emergency numbers and animal response plans at county fair, parades, and informational meetings.

Vehicle and equipment assessment and upkeep. Transitioning from one location to another.

Training and support efforts to stakeholders in the county area.

Terry Stoltzman, Director. Email:

Stanford Office of Emergency Management June 3, 2016-August 16, 2016

Plan development of hospital with relations and corroboration to other departments

Created a Labor Pool back-up plan for business continuity should the hospital require outside volunteers to come in and help return hospital to being functional

Attended various Table Top exercises with the executives of the hospital to plan for emergency policies

Organizing files and tools, creating files online, sorting through feedback, being a runner during events, and responding to what is asked

Manager: Laura Harwood. Email: phone: 650-***-****.

Work Experience

Creative Care for Reaching Independence (CCRI) October 7, 2015-Present

Actively helping special needs clients with regular daily living skills, role modeling, and community integration

Performing more hands-on assistance such as bathing, changing briefs with clients

Youth Works November 9, 2015-Present

This position requires supervision of youths, acting as a positive role model, performing initial intakes, provide structured activities, and address behaviors

Stanford Health Care June 3, 2015 August 14, 2015

College Summer Student Worker in Stanford Health Care’s Ambulatory Surgery Center in California for the summer scanning files, running a system improvement project, updating Standard Work, creating disaster plans, educating staff on protocols, and shadowing professionals to learn about the healthcare business.

Completed projects individually and with others throughout the summer, with other college students and fully employed individuals regarding the improvement of processes and efficiency.

Recognition and Honors

Girl Scout Gold Award

Girl Scout Silver/Bronze Award

EMI Professional Development Certificate

Recognized by Gov. Dayton for Gold Award

Leadership and Involvement

Ran a one-month long Anti-Bullying Campaign in two middle schools

Helped create a carnival for special-needs preschoolers

Labor Pool plans and protocol

Has taught troubled children in various professional settings

Evaluator for FBI Minneapolis U of M exercise

Apart of the Distinguished Leadership Program


Business continuity/crisis management and grant proposal for small business in the Fargo/Moorhead area

Special populations assessment of three non-profit organizations in Fargo/Moorhead area

Support of EM tactical and personnel in All Star Bike Race

IS FEMA courses: over 45 completed classes

Review and update of West Fargo emergency operations plans and individual department plans

Attendance of AMEM annual conference

Attendance of HSEM MN’s Governor’s Conference


Experienced in all Microsoft Offices

Critical thinking

Ability to work well under pressure

Time Management and prioritization


Interpersonal communication

Multitasking and dependability

Problem solving

Able to grasp new concepts quickly and efficiently

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