7:00 PM - 8:15 PM Eastern
DATE/TIME: Tuesday Sept. 27, 2022 at 7pm (75mins)
FEE: Free via Zoom
SUMMARY: There are many reasons why it is beneficial to have a mentor and to be a mentor. Every mentor and mentee relationship helps to achieve a variety of outcomes. For mentees, it might be receiving guidance and building a network. For mentors, it might be an opportunity to learn new research insights and foster the next generation.
OAEM recognizes that mentorship matters, particularly in the discipline of emergency management and business continuity. Join this evening session to hear from past OAEM mentors and mentees about their experience with the mentorship program.
- Kelly Cochrane – Superintendent of Community Paramedicine, Ottawa Paramedic Service Headquarters
- Tom Rolfe – Emergency Response Coordinator, Ministry of Transportation
- Holly McInroy – Resiliency Consultant, Kyndryl
- Dan Metcalf – Emergency Measures Coordinator/CEMC Community Emergency Management Coordinator, County of Essex
- Rick Bernard - Manager, Emergency Management, Brampton Fire and Emergency Services
- Aaron Ramhit (fmr mentee) – Technical Consultant, LRI Engineering
- Andrea Nava (current mentee) – 3rd year student, Bachelor of Disaster & Emergency Management, York University
- Nathan Innis (fmr/current mentee) 4th year student, Bachelor of Disaster & Emergency Management, York University