How can equity be further integrated into emergency response?
On January 29, 2019 we hosted a panel discussion to explore equity in planning for, responding to, and recovering from natural and man made emergencies. More than ninety people joined us in CUPA’s Parsons Gallery to learn more about how equity is being integrated into emergency response and what more needs to be done.
To learn more about this topic:
Visit the Equity in Emergency Management website.
Dr. Masami Nishishiba, Department Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration, PSU
Cynthia Valdivia, Senior Bilingual Communication and Education Specialist and Medical Reserve Corps Unit Coordinator, Washington County
Justin E. Ross, Community Capacity Specialist/Public Information Officer, Multnomah County Office of Emergency Management
Da’Von Wilson-Angel Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) Program Specialist, Portland Bureau of Emergency Management
Jaye Cromwell, Masters in Urban and Regional Planning student, College of Urban and Public Affairs, PSU
Sabina Roan, Masters in Urban and Regional Planning student, College of Urban and Public Affairs, PSU