On day-three (October 7th) of the 6th Annual International Crisis Management Conference, Ashley Goosman, MBCP, MBCI, MPA, Founder, DisasterEmpire.com, will present: A Collaborative Crisis Management Approach for Large Organizations.
In this presentation, Ashley will share her thoughts on how and why crisis management in large organizations is evolving. Additionally, in the talk, she will highlight the importance of soft skills for crisis leaders.
“I am looking forward to speaking at ICMC again. The caliber of crisis training and presenters is always top-notch. I always learn something beneficial that I can integrate into my program. It is an amazing venue to connect with colleagues in crisis management from across the globe. Some of the best contacts I made over the years were from networking with speakers and colleagues at the ICMC conference.”
Ashley brings nearly twenty years experience to the table, having gotten her start in disaster recovery with the American Red Cross’ September 11 Recovery Program in NYC. Later, she joined the Massachusetts Dept. of Mental Health (DMH) and was the Director of Emergency Services. In this role, Ashley served as the Disaster Behavioral Health Coordinator to SAMHSA. She helped develop the first Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) for the Executive Office of Health and Human Services Departments, including DMH. With hands-on experience working with and for government at all levels, she brought this experience to the private sector in 2012. Her team conducts business continuity preparedness, crisis response, and exercises in 30 countries enterprise-wide.
Ashley has worked on many high-profile crisis incidents ranging from pandemics, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, severe snow/ice storms, tornados, and terrorist incidents. She was a member of the Massachusetts Operation Helping Hand advance team at the Mass Military Reservation for Hurricane Katrina response to support New Orleans residents air-lifted by FEMA. She served as an adjunct Senior Instructor for healthcare administrators, teaching a grad-level course on Terrorism and Disasters for seven years. Currently, she maintains the disasterempire.com blog to give back and a source for disaster resilience knowledge and analysis.
ICMC 2021 will be held virtually on October 5-7, 2021. Click HERE to learn more about Ashley and the rest of the 2021 Virtual Conference speakers.
Don’t forget, this event is FREE for ICMC members.
Not an ICMC member? Yearly membership costs the same as a conference ticket! Learn more here!