October 23, 2013
Webinar Recording (WMV) This is a large file and requires Windows Media Player or Windows Media Components for QuickTime, or a similar product to view.
Webinar Recording (MP4)
Audio Podcast (MP3)
Transcript (MS Word)
Related Web Resources:
10/8/13 Press Release announcing partnership with University of Nebraska at Omaha
Ready Indian Country
FEMA Training for Tribal Representatives
Tribal Leaders Brochure
|27 Ratings Submitted|
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|14 (52%)||Business 2 (7%)|
|6 (22%)||Government 12 (45%)|
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"Nicely done. Interesting organization."
WA State Dept. of Health
MS Emergency Management
"Thanks for the info on iTEMA!"
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians / iTEMA Board Member
"Very good event."
"Thanks for sponsoring this session. Provided information on a topic not all EMs know alot about."
"Good general overview of effort thus far."
California Indian Water Commission
"While I am not with a tribal authority/we work closely with the tribes in our state, and recognize them in our state Emergency Management Assn."
"Thank you Amy and Avagene for this opportunity! You offer an excellent service and opportunity for EM professionals to learn of other organizations and efforts in our field. I appreciate you reaching out to iTEMA."
"Since the Webinar, I have contacted Jake Heflin and Michael Russ, Tribal Liaison to National VOAD. We have shared information regarding upcoming conferences and the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (Austin Tubby, their EMA Coordinator) was on the Webinar as was Dante Gliniecki, Missouri State EMA, my counterpart in that state. I look forward to future programs!"
MS Emergency Management Agency
Jake Heflin is an enrolled member of the
Osage Nation. He is from the Wa-Xa-Ko-Li District and Tzi-Zho
Wah-Shtah-Keh clan. His Osage name is Tah-Wah Gka-Keh (Town Maker). Jake
is the current President and CEO for the Tribal Emergency Management
Association – “iTEMA”.