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Profiles in Excellence: Interview with Bridget Pelaez, Assistant Director of Emergency Management at FIU

Bridget Pelaez currently serves as the Assistant Director of Emergency Management at Florida International University and is the Deputy Commander for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Disaster Medical Systems Trauma Critical Care Team.

Profiles in Leadership: Interview with Renee Forney, Senior Director of Azure Hardware & Infrastructure Security at Microsoft

Renee is also an Adjunct Professor at Morehouse College where she helps to prepare our next generation to enter the cyber workforce.

Profiles in Excellence: Interview with Elizabeth Cappello, Acting Chief Information Officer and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Homeland Security

Her exceptional executive stewardship during major IT transitions helped as COVID-19 sent home scores of workers.

Profiles in Excellence: Interview with Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell, President and CEO of the International Public Safety Data Institute, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

Dr. Moore-Merrell sits down with HSToday to discuss the establishment of the International Public Safety Data Institute and her passion for ensuring the implementation of the data that is collected.

Women’s Equality Day: Leading in the U.S. Coast Guard

The protests. The picket lines. The headlines reporting disturbing arrests and mistreatment by police and jailers. It was 100 years ago that the persistence of women leading the fight for equality who refused to give up, go away, or be silenced, finally paid off. On August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified and women finally had the right to vote.

Public Health Officials Worry ‘Measles May Regain Foothold in U.S’; Anti-Vaxxer Groups Targeted Vulnerable Populations

According to the CDC, some of the recent measles outbreaks were in part caused by targeted campaigns spreading misinformation.
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