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Canadian Risk and Hazards Trailblazers: Bert Struik

Some of our senior leaders in Canada discuss their career paths. They look at opportunities they have had. As well, they look ahead into the future, providing comments on how they think their roles and responsibilities may change as a result of forthcoming radical changes in technology, the environment and the economy.

A Conversation between Bert Struik  and Shona de Jong

Canadian Risk and Hazards Trailblazers: Louise Bussieres

Some of our senior leaders in Canada discuss their career paths. They look at opportunities they have had. As well, they look ahead into the future, providing comments on how they think their roles and responsibilities may change as a result of forthcoming radical changes in technology, the environment and the economy.

A Conversation between Louise Bussieres and Shona de Jong

Larry Pearce Education Award

The Larry Pearce Education Award was established in 2014 by the Canadian Risk and Hazards Network (CRHNet). It recognizes the extensive contribution by Larry Pearce to disaster risk reduction (DRR) in Canada. DRR includes emergency/disaster management and business continuity/resumption.

Profiles in Leadership – Lily Yumagulova

Profiles in Leadership – Lily Yumagulova

By Ernest MacGillivray, CRH Net

Lily Yumagulova’s story is a compelling one. Humble beginnings. Some adversity, overcome through hard work. An adventurous path, taking her from Russia, to the UK, to Sweden to Canada. She has numerous notable achievements and awards. She has served as CRH Net’s Secretary, and more recently, as the founder and chair of CRH Net’s Young Professionals Committee.

About CRH Net’s Young Professionals Committee

 

CRHNet is committed to supporting and developing opportunities for youth, young and emerging professionals in the fields of disaster risk reduction and emergency management.

The Young Professionals (YP) Committee is a standing committee of the Canadian Risk and Hazards Network (CRHNet) with the aim to connect, enable and represent the interests of young academics and professionals from all over Canada whose interest are related to risks, hazards, and resilience.

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela died today December 5th 2013 at the age of 95.

He was an extraordinary man and an example of courage and faith in the face of adversity.

 He was one of the most respected and influential leader of our time. The hazards and the risks he faced were monumental but he perseverd. He became an honorary Canadian in 2001.

On behalf of CRHNet we send our condolences to his family and to all South Africans.

Larry Pearce

Executive Director, CRHNet

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