This week we have Drew Bumbak back on the show discussing the New Madrid Seismic Zone. Drew Bumbak is an experienced emergency manager with extensive…
Mary is the Chairman of the InfraGard National Disaster Resilience Council (NDRC). She is the lead editor and author of “Powering Through: From Fragile Infrastructure to Community Resilience” an action guide on being prepared if there is grid failure. Mary Lasky is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP). She is on the Foundation for Resilient Societies Board of Directors.
On this weeks episode of Civil Defense Radio we talk again with Jonathan and Kylene of The Provident Prepper about Food Storage for an Emergency Situation.
Chris Wahoski, is one of the three founders for CERT Responder Magazine. Our company goal is to help others and spread informational stories to help surrounding communities who want to help when a natural disaster or man-made events happen.
Andrea Forte, as Director of Operations, is a founding member of CenTex DART. She is a certified Incident Command System and CERT Instructor. Her training includes All-Hazards Incident Commander and Planning Section Chief positions for an IMT-3 team along with being a Skywarn Spotter, debris manager, and an exercise planner.
Tommy Waller is Vice President for Special Projects at the Center for Security Policy. The Secure the Grid Coalition is an ad hoc group of policy, energy…
Matthew received his B.A. in American Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2002 and received his M.A. in Homeland Security (with honors) from American Military University in 2013.
Matthew West began his career as a peace officer in 2000 and has transitioned into risk management in 2018. Matthew received his B.A. in American Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2002
Carl Gallups is the senior pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton, FL, an Amazon Top-60 best selling author, and a conservative talk radio host
I had never considered that the grid could go down or what life would be like without electricity. The answer was obvious: make a documentary.