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Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Faculty

Dr. Levy chairs the Emergency Preparedness and Service Learning consortium in Virginia and established the VCU Campus-Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Watch C-CERT students in action

Read more about the VCU tornado exercise.

Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Faculty

The following community partners work with VCU faculty, staff, and students in order to improve Emergency Preparedness in the Carver Community:

               

Photo: Carver Emergency Preparedness Team Members at The Hill Cafe (team members from left to right):

♣ Paul Hundley, Manager (Disaster Services), Greater Richmond Red Cross

♣ Colonel Larry Mullendore, Senior VCU Emergency Planner

♣ Linda Rubin, Virginia Citizen Corps Director

♣ Anthony McLean, City of Richmond Office of Emergency Management

♣ H. Charleen Baylor, Carver Area Civic Improvement League (President). Ms. Baylor is also the Director of the Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center and the Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital (Cardiopulmonary)

♣ Patricia Sellinger Head Preservationist (VCU Library)

Dr. Jason Levy


Additional Community Partners

♥ Chip Decker, Richmond Ambulance Authority

♥ Corey Humphrey, Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce

♥ Daniel Gropper, ThunderEagle CEO

♥ Jason Snook, Carver Area Civic Improvement League (Member at Large)

♥ Belinda Andrews, Founding President VCU C-CERT and VCU Senior, Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and Criminal Justice
What is VCU C-CERT)?

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View the map of Carver's historic sites to learn more about this dynamic community which borders our VCU Monroe-Park Campus:

Protecting Carver's historic sites against disasters

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more links about this emerging field

To volunteer

Learn more about the Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and the Community Engagement and Disaster Risk Reduction group.

Assist with Carver Community Day (April 24, 2010 from 10-4 at Harrison St. and W. Marshall St.)

Attend Carver Area Civic Improvement League (CACIL) meetings on the last Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at 1103 W Marshall St.

Carver Community Engagement Partners

    

         

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Unleash your inner Janet Nepolitano with a homeland security major

First major research university to offer a bachelor’s degree in homeland security

Explore service learning opportunities with Dr. Levy in crisis management and digital forensics:

contact us

Jason Levy, PhD
E-mail: jklevy@vcu.edu
Phone: (804) 828-8040

Larry G. Mullendore, United States Army Colonel (retired)
E-mail: lgmullen@vcu.edu
Phone: (804) 827-2238

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Updated: April 18, 2015