Experiencias de recuperación tras un evento catastrófico por Justo Hernández, FEMA Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer
El Sr. Justo Hernández, Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer de FEMA compartió sus experiencias de recuperación en otros desastres y del Huracán María con nosotros el jueves, 16 de noviembre de 2017 al medio día en el Restaurante Antonio ante un nutrido grupo de socios e invitados.
Justo Hernández, FEMA Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer, is Team Leader for one of three National Incident Management Teams since 2014. Teams are composed of all sections and branches required in any operation including logistics, operations, finance and planning as well as command staff for support. The team also includes members from Emergency Support Functions that are represented such the red cross, HHS, DOD, USACE, DHS/IP and others.
As Federal Coordinating Officer, he has been deployed to major disasters operations to include hurricanes Irene, Floyd, Katrina, Rita, Charlie, Ivan, and many more, tornadoes in Indiana, floods in West Virginia and more.
As a FEMA employee he was deployed to hurricanes Hugo, Andrew, Bertha, Hortense, Florence, Georges, Midwest floods in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska, tornadoes in Indiana, Northridge Earthquake, among many more events.