Carrie Speranza

Carrie Speranza, CEM, director of Emergency Management Solutions at Esri, is responsible for cross-cutting industry-wide strategic initiatives. Previously, Carrie worked at the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, where she served as deputy director. She is the current chair of the FEMA National Advisory Council, where she has served as an Administrator’s appointee since 2019. Carrie is the first vice president of the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) and was selected as one of the Top 40 Under 40 in 2021 by IAEM-USA. Carrie is a graduate of the National Emergency Management Executive Academy.

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An Update to Esri’s Damage Assessment Solution

Esri’s updated Damage Assessment solution aligns to FEMA’s 3.2.9 survey templates, most notably Individual Assistance and Public Assistance.

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Have you seen Esri’s new Emergency Management Operations solution?

Esri releases update to the Emergency Management Operations solution.

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Creating Local Capacity in Community Disaster Resilience Zones

On September 1, 2023, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced the first round of Community Disaster Resilience Zones (CDRZ).

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Redefining GIS in Emergency Management

Geospatial science can lead emergency managers toward answering the where, why, and so what of nearly any incident that occurs.

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