Well! I am totally blown away by the response to last week’s newsletter
. I’ll be honest, I was pretty nervous to send it out (I always feel weird sending out newsletters about
this newsletter), but the idea of “demystifying disasters” seems to have struck a chord, and I am so grateful for all of your feedback and responses.
That said, I have a lot of work to do! I’m reading every survey
submitted and a whole bunch of tweets, and I’m doing my best to respond to them all this week. From there, it’s going to take me some time to conduct interviews and have some more in-depth conversations to get this series started. My goal is to get the first edition out next month, so definitely stay tuned!
While I get going on that, I thought I’d share some of the conversations this idea sparked on Twitter that offer some stand-alone information or insight. I hope this can serve as an introduction to some of the topics I’ll be digging into more in the coming weeks and that some of you will join in on this thread
! Of course, if you’d rather speak with me directly, you can always reach me by responding to this email.
Now enough from me, let’s talk about…
What emergency managers (EM) do