The All Hazards Consortium has approved three new members to their board of directors.
- Chris Eisenbrey, senior director, Business Continuity & Operations at the Edison Electric Institute (EEI)
- Kelly McKinney, director Emergency Management + Enterprise Resilience, NYU Langone Health
- Roland “Bud” Mertz, director of public safety at Westmoreland County
“As the Consortium continues to mature as a national public/private partnership supporting states and industry during disasters and disruptions, having experienced and seasoned professionals on its board of directors is critical to the long-term growth of the organization,” said Tom Moran, executive director.
“Chris Eisenbrey brings a unique experience and trusted relationships to the board from the electric sector. Chris has been working with the Consortium as a strategic partner since 2013 to expedite electrical power restoration in the U.S.,” he said. “Kelly McKinney has worked with the Consortium dating back to 2010 when he was the Deputy Commissioner at the NYC Emergency Management Department. Now working at NYU Langone Health, he brings the healthcare sector perspective to the board.”
“Bud Mertz was formerly on the board when he served as Pennsylvania’s Homeland Security Director and now brings the important local government perspective to the board as a public-sector member.”
The Consortium said it is proud to have these three proven leaders now helping to shape the long-term strategy of the organization while continuing to protect and expand the trusted environment that is required for effective public-private partnerships.