General Russel Honoré (Ret) Joins The Espinosa Group to aid in New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Reconstruction efforts
General Russel Honoré
, USA (Ret.), who arrived in a Hurricane Katrina-battered New Orleans in 2005 and saved a city by taking swift charge of military relief efforts.
The Espinosa Group
to its management team as a disaster consultant in an effort to help rebuild the storm-ravaged Jersey shore in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Drawing on his
37 years of military experience, Gen.
now brings his
bold, no-nonsense leadership approach to the task of organizing and managing the massive reconstruction task ahead for New Jersey homes and businesses.
Honoré is a CNN Preparedness Contributor, senior scientist with Gallup, Emory University adjunct professor, an Independent Director of Crawford & Company, the world's largest independent claims management company and was appointed Chairman of the Board for La Bicentennial Commission.
Also a board member with the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation, he is the author of Survival: How a Culture of Preparedness Can Save You and Your Family from Disasters and the new book Leadership in the New Normal, which details how to be an effective leader in the 21st century.