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Brandon Bolinski

Region IV Hurricane Program Manager

Federal Emergency Management Agency

HQ Phone:  (202) 566-1600

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Federal Emergency Management Agency

500 C Street SW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20472

United States

Company Description

FEMA's mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards. Follow FEMA online at ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Hurricane Program Manager

DHS


Meteorologist

National Weather Service


Risk Analyst

Regional Response and Coordination Center


Affiliations

National Hurricane Center

Hurricane Liaison Team Member


Web References(19 Total References)


Topic Committees | 2016 National Hurricane Conference

hurricanemeeting.com [cached]

Brandon Bolinski, FEMA Region IV, Atlanta, GA


www.hurricanediscovery.org

Preparation to Response and Recovery - Brandon Bolinski, FEMA - Region IV Hurricane Program Manager
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Hurricanes: Science and Society: Hurricane Preparedness Webinar

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Brandon Bolinski
Preparation to Response and Recovery - Brandon Bolinski, FEMA - Region IV Hurricane Program Manager Brandon has been employed by FEMA Region IV in Atlanta, Georgia since July 2005. He works as the Hurricane Program Manager within the Operations Planning Branch, Response Division. The main day-to-day role is to support the hurricane prone states in the southeast. Brandon assists the states and other partners with planning issues, evacuation processes, and training. He also assists with administering and directing FEMA supported programs such as HURREVAC and Hurricane Evacuation Studies (HES). During hurricane threats, Brandon serves as a risk analyst in the Regional Response and Coordination Center and a Hurricane Liaison Team member at the National Hurricane Center. Brandon started his career as a Meteorologist/Hazard Planner for the Florida Division of Emergency Management, and then was employed as a Forecaster with the Tallahassee National Weather Service Office.


www.hurricanescience.org

Preparation to Response and Recovery - Brandon Bolinski, FEMA - Region IV Hurricane Program Manager
Resources and additional information for each webinar will be posted close to the webinar date.


Hurricane Season 2011: The calm before the storm - Hilton Head Monthly

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"We asked: 'Do you believe your home would be destroyed or damaged from a Category 4 storm with winds of 150 miles per hour?' And, we asked: 'Would your home be damaged or destroyed by a Category 4 storm surge?'" says Brandon Bolinski, regional hurricane program manager for FEMA.
"Time and time again, they responded, 'My home is vulnerable in Category 4 winds, but not storm surge.' " In other words, people who had just endured a hurricane - even one that took lives - could process only how they would handle a storm just like it. "In the behavioral analysis, people said, 'I went through Hurricane Charley. Next time, if I just put shutters up, I'll be just fine'," Bolinski says. Know your home," says Bolinski, of FEMA.


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