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HYBRID - Emergency Preparedness for Property Management

HYBRID - Emergency Preparedness for Property Management

Multifamily NW WelcomesPaul Jordan and Alice Busch

Thursday, December 15, 2022
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)
37 Seats Remaining

Event Details

We hear people talk about "The Big One" usually in reference to an earthquake that may occur in the Pacific Northwest any time now. Oregon is no stranger to disaster as we all know wildfires came too close to home in the last couple of years. 

Do you have a plan? Please join us for this hybrid session as we discuss the steps to creating a plan and run through scenaios to practice to make sure we are ready to respond to and emergency in our area or specifically to your property. 

Multifamily NW Welcomes: Paul Jordan, Cascade Management and Alice Busch, Multnomah County emergency Mamnagement

CEU 3.0

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For More Information:

Ericka Hargis
Ericka Hargis
Education Coordinator MFNW

Multifamily NW Welcomes

Paul Jordan, Director of Maintenance,

Cascade Management

Paul hails from Worcester, Massachusetts, birthplace of the monkey wrench, the Smiley face, and the birth control pill. He was a Licensed Construction Supervisor and Home Improvement Contractor while employed there. He is Director of Maintenance Services at Cascade Management as well as a LEED Green Associate and has earned badges in Indoor Air Quality and Water Conservation. Paul holds trade certifications that include AHERA Class III Asbestos Worker and EPA 608 Universal Technician.

Paul and his wife moved to Portland in 2012 to escape the winter cold and the summer humidity of New England. He enjoys watching his grandchildren participate in sports, golf, exploring the Pacific NW, and following the Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins.

AND

Alice Busch, EMT, CEM, Emergency Management Analyst Sr.

Multnomah County Emergency Management

Alice is an Incident Command System trainer and coordinates the Community Education and Engagement Program of MCEM and serves as the Public Information Officer for MCEM. Alice started her career in the fire service in 1991. During her 21 years with the fire department, Alice served as an Emergency Manager, Emergency Medical Technician, Public Information and Education Officer, Social Services Liaison, Critical Incident Stress Manager, Fire Inspector, and Fire Investigator. Prior to her roles with MCEM, Alice worked as an Emergency Manager for the Department of County Human Services, DCHS. Her work involved Mass Care and Sheltering, Continuity of Operations, Disaster Behavioral Health, and Donations and Volunteer Management planning.