Who Depends On You?
February 27, 2013
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Webinar Recording (MP4)
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Transcript (MS Word)
Related Web Resources:
Who Depends on You? Website
Brochures and Poster
Western Washington University Campaign Analysis Report
What to Do to Make it Through Website
|23 Ratings Submitted|
|12 (52%)||Academia 3 (13%)|
|8 (35%)||Business 2 (9%)|
|3 (13%)||Government 11 (52%)|
|0 (0%)||Volunteers 3 (13%)|
|0 (0%)||Other 3 (13%)|
"Great presentation and useful information. I enjoy hearing about successful projects that can be adopted by other communities."
"Who Depends on You is very popular in Washington State. It really gets people thinking. I refer to it often during my presentation."
WA State Emergency Management
"Very useful. I love the program and the information that was provided. It is very encouraging to hear the successes that were had. Public education is a difficult field, and when a program is as successful as this, it gives hope to others to be as successful."
"Thanks so much for the ideas - it is a very hard topic to "sell" to folks and I appreciated hearing about some fresh approaches in doing so! Great campaign!"
Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health
"This was one of the best prepared and presented topics I've seen at the EM Forum. The Who Depends on You campaign is brilliant!"
"Very excited about Mary Schoenfeldt's concept of "Who Depends on You" campaign and I appreciate her sharing the process with us."
"Thank you for the presentation. I'd be interested in the evaluation of the campaign for effectiveness, as well as any metrics for effectiveness you used."
"I am new to my position and have a need for ideas and materials for push forward employee safety messages. This program will fit my needs and plan to use it in the future. Thanks very much for the information."
Georgia Department of Labor
"Thank you for your presentation. This was interesting and presents information which opens a dialog about preparedness. It is a very good way to begin the conversation about taking care of each other."
"I am the Disaster & Emergency Coordinator for our county and we are in the beginning stage of 'Map Your Neighborhood' which I feel could be a more successful program. All of our offerings depend on participation, of course and no matter which 'hook' we try, denial is a tough wall to knock down. Good Luck to all of us!"
Belinda Van Nurden
Park County, Montana - DES
"Great discussions and very useful insight. Love the fact that the material can be downloaded in several formats after the Webinar."
DoD US Army Africa
"This was presented in a straight forward manner. I like the approach and will use Who Depend on You? to begin a dialogue about safety. Thanks for the good work!"
Mary Schoenfeldt is considered by many to
be an expert in the field of Disaster Psychology and Emergency
Management. She is the Public Education Coordinator for City of Everett,
Washington Office of Emergency Management, has developed and taught
Disaster Psychology courses in two Emergency Management/Homeland
Security degree programs and has traveled internationally to teach on a
variety of topics.