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Board Member

Florida Division of Emergency Management

Direct Phone: (850) ***-****       

Florida Division of Emergency Management

2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard

Tallahassee, Florida 32399

United States

Company Description

FloridaDisaster.org - The Florida State Emergency Response Commission for hazardous materials ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President
National Emergency Management Association

President
National Emergency Management Association

FDEM Director
National Emergency Management Association

Director of Emergency Management
Wal-Mart Stores , Inc.

Affiliations

Board Member
National Information Sharing Consortium

Board Member
DEM

Education

MBA
Emergency and Crisis Management
George Washington University

BS
Natural Resources
Cornell University

Web References (187 Total References)


Bryan Koon, chief of the ...

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Bryan Koon, chief of the Florida Division of Emergency, shares one of many awkward smiles during a Tallahassee hearing yesterday.

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Bryan Koon, chief of the Florida Division of Emergency, shares one of many awkward smiles during a Tallahassee hearing yesterday.
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Bryan Koon, chief of the Florida Division of Emergency, stammered and smiled his way through a line of questioning when state senators tried to goad him into uttering those two magic words. He refused to take the bait.


"We're entering the most concerning ...

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"We're entering the most concerning season of the year - hurricane season," said Bryan Koon, Vice President of the National Emergency Management Association and Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management.


Florida Division of Emergency Management - News Archive

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"Rip currents can be difficult to detect - especially around piers and jetties," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.

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"The first storm of the season is always a great reminder for Floridians to prepare themselves and their families for hurricane season," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"The sales tax holiday for hurricane preparedness supplies will make preparing for this year's hurricane season easier for all Floridians," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"KidsGetAPlan.com is an engaging and educational tool designed to help Florida's youngest residents learn about disaster preparedness," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"Each year, National Hurricane Preparedness Week reminds Floridians that it only takes one storm to change the landscape of a community," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"Each year, the statewide hurricane exercise serves as an opportunity to flex our muscles and reaffirm relationships in preparation for the upcoming hurricane season," said Bryan W. Koon, director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management.
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"Whereas Individual Assistance benefits the survivors of a disaster who have suffered losses to personal property, Public Assistance is directed toward specified counties to repair damaged public infrastructure," said State Coordinating Officer Bryan W. Koon.
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"This assistance will continue to help those in the impacted counties work to rebuild and return to their normal lives," said State Coordinating Officer Bryan W. Koon.
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"Public Assistance, if granted, will assist communities in re-building damaged infrastructure, and will help the survivors in those communities return to normal," said State Coordinating Officer, Bryan W. Koon.
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"The declaration for federal assistance in these counties will help Floridians as they begin to recover and rebuild," said State Coordinating Officer Bryan W. Koon.
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"Residents and business owners who experienced damage do not need to wait to learn if federal assistance is available to begin clean-up efforts, but should be sure to document damages and keep repair receipts," said State Coordinating Officer, Bryan W. Koon.
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Additional counties may be included in the request as damage assessments continue throughout the week," said State Coordinating Officer, Bryan W. Koon.
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"After a disaster, our goal is to work as quickly as possible to help communities recover and rebuild," said State Coordinating Officer Bryan W. Koon.
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"Supporting established and reputable relief organizations is a great way to assist those who have been impacted or displaced by the flooding in north Florida," said State Coordinating Officer Bryan W. Koon.
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"The storms will continue to affect north Florida as river levels continue to rise," said State Coordinating Officer Bryan W. Koon.
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"We urge residents and visitors in affected areas to take precautions to protect themselves and their families from potential health risks presented by floodwaters," said Florida Division of Emergency Management Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"It is imperative that those individuals in the path of this storm system monitor the emerging situation and follow all instructions from local officials," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"It is important for everyone to use caution and practice flood safety as additional rainfall impacts already saturated areas," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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04/02/14 - Bryan W. Koon To Testify Before United States House Transportation And Infrastructure Subcommittee
~Remarks Centered on Benefits of Disaster Mitigation~
The Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) announced FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon will testify tomorrow before members of the United States Congress during a hearing of the Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management subcommittee.
Director Koon, who also serves as vice-president of the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA), will testify on behalf of the organization to present the emergency management community's perspective on how disaster mitigation reduces the impact of a disaster. Director Koon will also address some of the mitigation efforts that the state of Florida has enacted - particularly in the areas affected by changes to the National Flood Insurance Policy (NFIP).
"We can never completely eliminate the hazards posed by events such as hurricanes and flooding," said Koon. "Proper mitigation strategies prepare communities for these types of disasters and have proven to reduce the financial damage caused by them."
Bryan W. Koon To Testify Before United States House Transportation And Infrastructure Subcommittee
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"The primary threat associated with this system will come from winds," says FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"The 2014 Severe Weather Awareness Week PSA contest finalists showed creativity and innovation in their messages encouraging Floridians to prepare for all hazards," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"Florida is recognized as a leader in the field of emergency management," said FDEM Director Bryan Koon.
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"Severe Weather Awareness Week is a wonderful opportunity to share the importance of preparedness with young Floridians," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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Severe Weather Awareness Week is an opportunity for the Division to remind Floridians to be prepared," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"The SBA declaration and subsequent low-interest loans will be a tremendous benefit to the people affected as they move forward to repair and replace the damage caused by this storm," said FDEM Director, Bryan W. Koon.
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"We are excited to once again host the Severe Weather Awareness Week contest, and look forward to the creative entries we receive," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon.
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"A wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet may impact much of the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend Tuesday night into Wednesday morning," said FDEM Director, Bryan Koon.


Leadership - NISC

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Bryan Koon, Director, Florida Division of Emergency Management


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"We are very grateful for the rapid response from FEMA to our request for assistance," said Bryan W. Koon, director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management.

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"I applaud our state, local and private sector team's dedication to successfully completing this annual exercise," said Bryan W. Koon, Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management.

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