NCEM Association members traveling to Washington DC included Scott Garner (Brunswick County EM and NCEMA President), Karyn Yaussy (Catawba County EM and NCEMA 1st Vice-President) and Brian Short (Vance County EM and NCEMA Legislative Committee Chairman).
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2018 Spring Conference
Emergency Management Certification Presentations
Emergency Management Association
The James F. Buffalo Award……presented to a person outside of the Emergency Management family……award winner was David McGowan, III (Executive Director of the American Petroleum Institute’s North Carolina Petroleum Council).
The Vance E. Kee Award……presented to a Local Emergency Management Staff Person……award winner was Rodney Dancy (Community Preparedness Coordinator, Wilson County Emergency Management).
The Colonel William A. Thompson Award……presented to a North Carolina Division of Emergency Management Employee……award winner was the Darla Hall (Multi-Hazard Field Planner, Western Branch Office of the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management).
The Colonel Phillip Nichlos Waters Award……presented to a Local Emergency Management Coordinator/Director……award winner was Frank Thomason (Director, Rowan County Emergency Services).
Award ceremony photographs are posted to the
2017 Fall Conference portion of this website.
NCEMA Strategic Plan
In January of 2015, our Association began a strategic planning process to evaluate the current role of the Association and to identify short term and long term goals to improve our organization’s value to our membership. This process included two open surveys to gain feedback and a strategic planning workshop that involved the NCEMA Executive Committee, the Strategic Planning Committee and all committee chairs. Then; during the 2015 Fall Conference; the Strategic Plan (see attached document) was approved by the Association's "General Membership."
The approved Strategic Plan contained specific objectives that were assigned to the various committees. These committees then met and identified multiple tasks they would pursue to implement their assigned objectives……which they are currently working to complete. In fact, some of the identified tasks have already been accomplished; while others may take a year (or more) to finalize.
In March 2017, a second strategic planning workshop was conducted………again comprised of members of the NCEMA Executive Committee, the “ad hoc” Strategic Planning Committee and all committee chairs……in order to identify any needed program changes, enhancements or re-focus.
Contact Information for County
Emergency Management Agencies
Please see this listing for contact information for your specific local emergency management agency.