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Emergency Management Coordinator
KEMA Awards 2012 | Kansas Emergency Management Association
Cathy Hernandez, Kansas Division of Emergency Management
Cathy Hernandez, Kansas Division of Emergency Management Cathy has helped instruct a variety of courses throughout the state whenever a need arises. She teaches anywhere/anytime, sometimes at night and on weekends as long as the necessary training gets done. She wants to keep it convenient for the students. Cathy keeps it fun and entertaining while making sure her students grasp the concept and point that she emphasizes. Her classes are usually lively with much discussion and information shared with everyone in class. Her knowledge and experience really show through when she gives examples and helps people understand in a way that makes sense to them. She usually gives examples that are relevant to her audience. She has even provided impromptu training at LEPC meetings when something is brought up that few understand. She has an authority about her that makes people listen and take note.
Cathy Hernandez of the Kansas Division of Emergency Management was named Randy Reinecker Instructor of the Year; Kingman Co.
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Cathy Hernandez, KCEM, Coordinator
Kansas Division of Emergency Management, SW Coordinator 2120 1st Ave Dodge City, KS 67801 620-255-4785 email@example.com
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Secretary Kansas Division of Emergency Management 2120 1st Avenue Dodge City, KS 67801 W: 620-290-1700 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hernandez to head regional emergency services
Finney County Emergency Management Coordinator Cathy Hernandez has resigned to accept a position as the southwest regional emergency management coordinator for the state of Kansas. Hernandez now is one of seven state regional coordinators who are state liaisons to counties focusing primarily on disaster preparedness and response. "Cathy has worked closely with us for a number of years as Finney County emergency manager and is a great addition to the KDEM team," said Angee Morgan, deputy director of the Kansas Department of Emergency Management. Cathy was his assistant. When Dave decided to retire (after 13 years), we were ready to move Cathy into that position. Dave Jones and Cathy did such a great job, we didn't have to worry about that office. Said Commissioner Jones: "Cathy Hernandez is very dedicated. "I will be the liaison between the state and the counties," Hernandez said. "I will be talking with and helping not just emergency managers, but other entities, including emergency medical services and county commissions." In fact, she said, her first official act as the regional coordinator of the 18-county southwest Kansas district will be a meeting Monday with Finney County commissioners where she will discuss a transfer property agreement for a southwest Kansas homeland security project. After that, she heads for more Monday meetings in Salina. The regional emergency management office is at the Kansas National Guard Armory in Dodge City. Hernandez plans to commute from Garden City so she and her family can continue living in Garden City and to avoid her 15-year-old son, Mitchell, having to transfer schools. Hernandez said her salary with the state would be about $45,884 a year; up from $44,179 with the county. Bascue said interviews have started to find a replacement for Hernandez. Hernandez had spent 19 years with the Garden City Police Department before becoming Finney County's assistant coordinator for emergency management in May 2004. In her later years at the police department, Hernandez said she was a crime analyst who prepared reports on trends and probabilities based on statistics and other data. "I have a 23-year-old daughter (Kimberly) in Indiana and a 15-year-old son (Mitchell) in Garden," Hernandez said. "I plan to stay and commute to Dodge until he graduates from high school." Of her time as the Finney County emergency management coordinator, she said: "I've enjoyed working here.
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