Brock Long and Steve Hagerty
Brock Long is the former Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Confirmed in June 2017 by the US Senate with strong bipartisan support (95-4), Brock served as the Nation’s principal advisor to the President responsible for coordinating the entire array of federal government resources down through 50 states, 573 tribal governments, and 16 island territories to assist them with executing disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery. Brock is the 10th Administrator and the youngest to hold the office. While serving as Administrator, Brock coordinated the federal government’s response to over 144 Presidentially declared disasters and 112 wildfires, including three of the Nation’s most devastating hurricanes and five of the worst wildfires ever experienced. During this time, nearly $44 billion of disaster activity occurred under the various federal recovery programs. Steve Hagerty, founder of Hagerty Consulting, is a management consultant, entrepreneur, business executive, and civic leader with more than 20 years of professional experience managing large federal programs and improving the public sector. He has led some of the nation's largest, most complex, and most successful recovery efforts including the $7.4 billion 9/11 World Trade Center terrorist attack; the $1.4 billion Hurricane Katrina Special Federal Community Disaster Loan Program; and the $12.5 billion New York City recovery after Hurricane (Superstorm) Sandy. Today, as well as throughout Steve's 20-year career, clients contact him to provide strategic advice, find solutions to intractable problems, and assemble a team of top professionals. And with good reason: Hagerty teams are known for their unique blend of managerial talent, functional and program expertise, and commitment to excellence.
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