Tabletop exercises are a discussion based exercise, managed through facilitation, to anticipate and solve problems. In this program, Monica Martinez, will build on her previous tabletop exercise presentation to discuss lessons learned and tips to attain learning outcomes and exercise objectives. BVATD Members and guests will meet, eat, and learn at the Community Emergency Operations Center (CEOC)--in downtown Bryan, TX--which serves Brazos County, the cities of Bryan and College Station, and Texas A&M University; each being represented by their emergency manager, whose offices are in the CEOC. Following the presentation there will be a tour of the CEOC--you will not want to miss this unique opportunity.
To learn more about the Brazos County CEOC visit their website by clicking here.
Monica Martinez is the Emergency Management Coordinator for Texas A&M university. She has worked for the Office of Safety & Security in an emergency management role for the past 7 years where she is responsible for designing and facilitating tabletop exercises--campus wide--and planning for the multi-jurisdictional full-scale exercises. Prior to that, Monica worked for University EMS as a dispatcher, EMT-Basic, and business coordinator. Monica received a BA in Biology from Texas A&M University.
Menu: Pork Loin or Turkey, Potato, and salad