- Animals & Disasters
- First Responder (Fire,EMS,Law Enforcement)
- Incident Command System & Incident Management
- Mental & Behavioral Health: Responders + Survivors
- Phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery
- Private Response & Coordination of Public/Private/Nonprofit
- Vulnerable Populations & Diversity
Job TitleDirector of Operations
AssociationsInternational Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT), Medical Reserve Corp
How Far Are You Willing to Travel?
- Within 50 miles
- Within 100 miles
- Within 250 miles
- Within 500 miles
Animals & DisastersPawsitive Interactions with Service Dogs: How first responders should interact with service dogs and their handlers in response situations
Caring for you Companions: Integrating pets in individual preparedness
Private Response & Coordination of Public/Private/NonprofitBuilding a Support Network: How healthcare facilities can build a mutual aid network
First ResponderTalk About that Call: The importance of debriefs and peer support for first responders
Community Paramedicine: Reaching the community and building trust
Incident Command System & Incident ManagementIntroduction to Emergency Management: Implementing ICS and IM practices for private organizations
Mental & Behavioral Health: Responders + SurvivorsStrength in Vulnerability: Why Stoicism hurts our responders' mental health
Phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, RecoveryHazard Timelines: Understanding FEMA's approach to emergency management phases
ResilienceWhat is Resilience? Doing more than just "bouncing back"
Supporting Resilient Populations: What individuals and organizations can do to foster resilience in their communities.
Vulnerable Populations & DiversityTruly Inclusive Planning: Meaningfully incorporating the perspectives and needs of folks with disabilities and access and functional needs
SummaryGriffin Director of Operations, Charlotte Stasio, excels at developing emergency management and public safety plans and policy. Her professional experience includes developing doctrine for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and local policy and planning guidance for jurisdictions in the National Capital Region. Charlotte is a certified Emergency Medical Technician and works in the field as a first responder for an emergency medical services provider in Philadelphia.
She is passionate about improving access and inclusion in emergency management, with a particular focus on the transgender community and people with disabilities.
Highlights10 years experience in emergency management and consulting
Active EMT and first responder
Skilled writer and communicator
Entrepreneurial and startup experience
Advocate for the transgender community
- Breakout Session
- Remote/Webinar/Live Video
Cancellation PolicyFlexible: Full refund up to 3 day prior to event, except fees (travel and service)
Price Range$0 To $3000
Events Last Year 1
|Event Title||Event Date||Location|
|IAEM Breakout session: Pawsitive Interactions with Service Dogs||October 18, 2021||Animals & Disasters|
|Natural Hazards Center workshop session: Pawsitive Interactions with Service Dogs||July 11, 2021||Animals & Disasters|
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