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2019 Award Winners

2019 IAEM Award Winners

Global Award Categories

  • Partners in Preparedness
    • IAEM-Global Partners in Preparedness Award and IAEM-Oceania Partners in Preparedness Award: Emergency Management Bay of Plenty (EMBOP), the Bay of Plenty Regional Council (BOPRC) and Bay of Plenty Schools for the Civil Defence Youth Ambassador Programme.
    • IAEM-USA Partners in Preparedness AwardLittle Company of Mary Med Center and Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, for the 15 Til 50 Mass Casualty Incident Response Program.
    • IAEM-Canada Partners in Preparedness Award: The Multijurisdictional Pipeline Response Framework Committee (CRIP), for its innovative EM public-private partnership aimed at concretely improving the response coordination of the partners that could be involved in a pipeline incident, whatever their jurisdiction, resources and EM response system.
    • IAEM-Asia Partners in Preparedness Award: Guangdong Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention, for its Zika Epidemic Emergency Management Program (ZEEMP).
  • Public Awareness
    • IAEM-USA Public Awareness Award: The City of Henderson (Nevada) Office of Emergency Management, for its Captain Kit and the Ready Crew Program.
    • IAEM-USA Certificate of Recognition for Public Awareness: North Carolina State University, for its Are You PACK-Ready Campaign – Comprehensive Personal Preparedness.
    • IAEM-USA Certificate of Recognition for Public Awareness: Washoe County Emergency Management & Homeland Security, for its Multi-language Preparedness Project. 
  • Business & Industry Preparedness
    • IAEM-USA Business & Industry Preparedness Award: ESPN Emergency Response Team, for the ESPN Emergency Responder Program, an initiative that utilizes its employee base for assistance in responding to many different emergency situations and scenarios.
    • IAEM-Canada Business & Industry Preparedness Award: Toronto Hydro Grid Emergency Management, for its Disaster Preparedness Program, which implements a robust and comprehensive disaster preparedness framework.
    • IAEM-International Business & Industry Preparedness Award: King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, for becoming the first hospital in the world and the first organization in the Middle East to achieve accreditation through the Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP).

USA Council Award Categories

  • IAEM-USA Clayton R. Christopher Memorial Award: Michael Stever, CEM, in recognition of his unselfish devotion and outstanding contributions to the overall emergency management program. IAEM-USA presents this award annually in honor of Clayton R. Christopher, whose principles of integrity and leadership served as a guiding force to the institution of emergency management and formed a strong foundation for its future.
  • IAEM-USA Career Excellence Award: Judy Harmon, CEM, for her career-long selfless contributions to the emergency management field and to IAEM, most recently including her leadership throughout an IAEM-USA Training & Education Committee project to bridge the gap between emergency management research and practitioners that has delivered tangible results over the last two years.
  • IAEM-USA Uniformed Services Awards:
    • 2019 Military Uniformed Services Emergency Manager of the YearCWO Christopher D. Johnston, U.S. Coast Guard.
    • 2019 Civilian Uniformed Services Emergency Manager of the YearEdward Primeau, U.S. Coast Guard.
    • 2019 Uniformed Services Auxiliary Member of the YearLieutenant Colonel Richard E. Fawcett, Civil Air Patrol
  • EM Volunteer Awards:
    • 2019 IAEM-USA Volunteer of the Year: Barbara Moore,  Wasatch County Medical Reserve Corps.
    • 2019 IAEM-USA Voluntary Organization of the YearTeam Rubicon.
  • Student Awards:
    • IAEM-USA Student Ally Award: Michael Penaluna, Emergency Management Coordinator, City of Denton, Texas.
    • IAEM-USA Student Chapter of the Year Award: Jacksonville State University IAEM Student Chapter, Jacksonville, Alabama.