CHDS Director Glen Woodbury Awarded by NEMA
The National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) has presented Glen Woodbury, Director of the Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS) the 2017 Lacy E. Suiter Distinguished Service Award. This award is given to individuals who have made cumulative outstanding contributions to the field of emergency management. An Army veteran, CHDS graduate, past president of NEMA, and former director of Emergency Management Division for Washington state, Glen Woodbury has been in the field of emergency management for more than 25 year. CHDS, where Woodbury is not only the director but also teaches, has a number programs focused on assisting homeland security leaders develop policies, strategies, programs, and organizational elements needed to defeat terrorism and to prepare for and respond to natural disasters and public safety threats across the United States.
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