Jamye Wisecup Scholarship Request


In 2019, the Jamye Wisecup Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to honor Jamye’s memory. For those who did not have an opportunity to work with her during the years she was an emergency manager in Clallam County, she was the heart and soul of emergency management in her community and made an impact on many people’s lives. Jamye was a Board Member with our Center for many years and her dedication to promote emergency preparedness and her genuine caring for everyone made her exceptional. Peninsula College and the Center Advisory Board have worked together for the past five years to [...]

Jamye Wisecup Scholarship Request2024-02-23T19:17:02+00:00

Resilient Management – What’s in our future


Resilient Management – What’s in our future “Seizing the momentum to build resilience for a future of sustainable inclusive growth” - (The resilience agenda, developed by the World Economic Forum it the first serious program to coordinate long-term solutions throughout our disrupted world. People, education, and organizational resilience: Organizations need to become more flexible to adjust to economic changes. De-centralized leadership model. Cultivates talent and self-sufficient teams. Invest in education to address the need new skills, upskilling, reskilling existing workforce. (The following information provided by: Cheyene Marling – Center Advisory Board Member and Managing Director of Talent Management & Research [...]

Resilient Management – What’s in our future2024-02-23T02:51:43+00:00



WHODUNNITT! By Jim Mullen I have observed the renewal of a “debate” of sorts that seems to preoccupy some emergency management academics and practitioners: aren’t most disasters man- made and not ”natural?” -an interesting proposition if there weren’t more pragmatic concerns for emergency managers. We could trace our problems all the way back to the Original Sin, but I prefer focusing on mitigating our hazard vulnerabilities. Speaking recently to University of Washington graduate students about hazard mitigation, I described Seattle Project Impact’s (SPI) success at illuminating the benefits of confronting known hazards (earthquake in Seattle) through a grass roots, whole-community [...]

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