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Images from the DEMA 2016 Preparedness Symposium

“What actions do we need to take today to ensure Arizona’s future success?” This question posed by Wendy Smith-Reeve, Deputy Director of the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (DEMA) guided close to 400 participants at DEMA’s Preparedness Symposium.

Wendy Smith-Reeve addresses the the Electric Infrastructure Security Council’s World Summit on Infrastructure Security

Emergency Management communities worldwide share many of the same issues and concerns. In July, Wendy Smith-Reeve, the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (DEMA) Deputy Director traveled to London to participate in the Electric Infrastructure Security (EIS) Council’s World Summit on Infrastructure Security.

Image of DEMA interns, past and present

In recent years, emergency management (EM) degrees have become more popular at universities across the nation and in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (DEMA) capitalizes on the new talent coming into the EM field by offering unpaid internships for a semester.

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