- Community Volunteer Group (CERT,NERT,VOAD,COAD,MRC,Neighborhood)
- Preparedness, Continuity & Contingency Planning
- Disaster Services Government (County,State,FEMA)
- Incident Command System & Incident Management
- Private Response & Coordination of Public/Private/Nonprofit
- Vulnerable Populations & Diversity
Job TitleCommunity Emergency Response Manager
CompanyCity of Atlanta Fire Rescue
How Far Are You Willing to Travel?Internationally
Private Response & Coordination of Public/Private/NonprofitEmergency Manager in a hospital setting
Community Volunteer GroupCERT instructor, CERT train-the-trainer, VOAD instructor
Disaster Services GovernmentDisaster Preparedness and Management
Incident Command System & Incident ManagementHAZMAT coordinator , Disaster exercise/drill incident commander
Preparedness, Continuity, & Contingency PlanningCertified Business Continuity Professional
ResilienceInternational speaker on various resiliency topics
Vulnerable Populations & DiversitySeniors, Children and people with disabilities.
SummaryTelfany Morgan is an Advanced Certified Emergency Manager who partners with safety professionals to educate the public about the importance of planning and preparing for emergencies.
Telfany has three degrees, numerous certifications, and is an active member of several committees that focus on emergency response planning, threat and hazard analysis, and community risk reduction.
Telfany has developed an exceptional background in project management and a professional style based on excellent inter-personal communications and an ability to make the best possible use of her personal network.
After working nearly two decades with several local municipalities, Telfany possesses substantive customer service experience and often uses that, along with her education, to offer pro-bono services to non-profit organizations and houses of worship to assist with writing their emergency action plans. She is uniquely positioned to impact organizations’ safety and security, with her powerful vision of “promoting situational awareness thru safety preparedness”.
Telfany zealously seeks opportunities to participate in a variety of trainings, workshops, and seminars that ultimately allows her to extend a broad resource base on which to constantly build her career.
With nearly 80 emergency management certifications and currently serving as the Community Emergency Response Team Manager for the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, Telfany truly believes that the key to a successful, receptive emergency management program depends on how well you connect with the heart-beating people you’re trying to help and communicate your understanding back to them.
HighlightsEducation & Academic Involvement
Strayer University: BBA, Business Administration (2010)
University of West Georgia: MBA, Management (2012)
Certified Emergency Manager: GEMHSA (2015)
Certified Emergency Response Team Instructor (CERT): FEMA (2016)
Telfany currently serves as the first full-time Community Emergency Response Program Manager for the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department.
Telfany served as the first, and only, Hazardous Materials Coordinator for the Department of Watershed Management for the City of Atlanta.
Telfany pioneered the internship program with the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Preparedness for the City of Atlanta.
Telfany served as the Emergency Management Coordinator for Southern Regional Medical Center.
Telfany also served as a volunteer Emergency Preparedness Assistant at Berean Christian Church.
May Waive FeeYes
- Breakout Session
- Planning/Meeting Facilitation
- Master of Ceremonies/Moderator
- Remote/Webinar/Live Video
Cancellation PolicyFlexible: Full refund up to 3 day prior to event, except fees (travel and service)
Price Range$400 To $1000
Events Last Year 1
|Event Title||Event Date||Location|
|Situation Unit Leader--Super Bowl 53||February 04, 2019||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Planning Section Chief--Peach Drop||December 31, 2018||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Incident Commander-Hurricane Irma||September 12, 2017||Riverdale, Georgia|
|Mayor Liaison--Atlanta Civil Unrest||September 18, 2016||Atlanta, Georgia|
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