Water, shelter, food – examples of basic human needs that we are all accustomed to. But what happens when access to one or more of these gets disrupted because of a disaster? Since disasters can strike at any time with very little notice, how prepared are we as individuals and as a community to deal with the aftermath.
Deputy Director for Delaware County Emergency Management;
Regional Disaster Officer of the American Red Cross of Indiana;
District Liaison for the Indiana Department of Homeland Security