Miller graduates from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Executive Academy

Emergency Management Coordinator completes courses

Dorothy Miller gives her presentation before the graduation ceremony at the National Emergency Management Executive Academy. Photo by Shane Gibbon / FEMA

Dorothy Miller, Emergency Management Coordinator, graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Executive Academy at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Md., after she completed the full curriculum that supports the advancement of the emergency management profession at strategic policy and executive leadership levels.

Miller completed the four resident courses in the Executive Academy to include: E0680 Systems Thinking and Research Methods for Executives; E0682 Executive Emergency Management Leader Core Competencies I; E0684 Executive Emergency Management Leader Core Cometencies II; E0686 Executive Emergency Management Leader Core Competencies III; and a collaborative capstone project. Miller completed her training on Dec. 7, 2017.  

The Executive Academy instills emergency management leaders with a deeper understanding of contemporary and emerging emergency management issues, debates, and public policy. It provides insights, theories, tools and resources that enable decision-makers to think and act more strategically and to build capacity to protect against, prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all types of disasters.

The Executive Academy provides the opportunity to work collaboratively, share smart practices, and participate in exercises with other senior leaders facing similar challenges. FEMA’s National Emergency Management Executive Academy is for senior executives at the pinnacle of their careers. It’s the final phase of FEMA’s Emergency Management Professional Program.

For more information on FEMA’s training classes through the Basic, Advanced, and Executive Academies, or other emergency management courses, go to:   http://training.fema.gov/empp/.

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