Ready San Diego & Wells Fargo – Disaster Prepareness

Take 30 seconds to check out this message from RC3 member Ready San Diego and Wells Fargo.

I am responsible for Wells Fargo's emergency preparedness program including development of the company's Enterprise Incident Management Team, first used in response to September 11th. I work extensively on homeland security partnerships, founding the Minnesota Information Sharing and Analysis Center and recently serving as President of the InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance. I am now serving as Chair of the Regional Consortium Coordinating Council. I also serve on the National Security Task Force of the US Chamber of Commerce. As a working group member of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), I provided guidance regarding the critical infrastructure and the National Incident Management System (NIMS). This guidance became a part of a report on Cross Sector Interdependencies & Risk Assessment which was given to the President of the United States (see all NIAC contributions). In 25 years at Wells Fargo, I managed various programs including executive protection and robbery training. I also provided response and management for a wide range of events from a visit by former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to an employee kidnapping, wildfires and hurricanes. As a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, I served in capacities ranging from Amphibious Assault to Military Police and in duty stations such as Norway, South Korea, Japan and the US. It was in North Carolina where I last served as a member of the Combat Replacement Battalion in a short activation for Operation Desert Storm. I am an avid cyclist (or addicted, depending on who you talk with), easily distracted by the latest tech gadget, constantly amazed at the privilege of being a father and a perpetually-novice husband.

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