BOLDplanning is excited to be a part of the Oregon Emergency Management Association (OEMA) 2017 Conference going on right now in Eugene, Oregon! We are honored to speak with many long time customers and potential new customers.
Following a trend of continued COOP training, Pennsylvania executive branch agencies participated in another round of COOP introductory training for new planners while more experienced planners attended the COOP Administrator and Advanced Reporting training. Congratulations to Governor Tom Wolf for maintaining a culture of emergency preparedness.
Pictured are BOLDplanning Global Solutions team member Cassandra Wolfe, and Brandi Gamble, Director of Continuity and Records Information Management for the Pennsylvania Office of Administration.
BOLDplanning Inc., the leader in online solutions for Emergency Operations Planning (EOP) and Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP), announced today the addition of Rick Wimberly to its team as Chief Operating Officer.
Wimberly has been involved with public safety and business continuity products and services for over twenty-five years. He has held consulting, management, marketing, sales and other pioneering roles with several leading companies. Most recently, he served as President of Galain Solutions Inc., which provides emergency alert consulting and government market development services.
Fulton Wold, President of BOLDplanning said, “Rick’s background in closely related businesses is extraordinary. He will be a strong asset in our quest to constantly provide top-flight service to our emergency management and business continuity customers.”
Wimberly said, “BOLDplanning’s commitment to customer service and innovation to serve government, healthcare, education, and business was a strong lure for me. To say I’m excited is an understatement.”
In addition to his work with public safety and business continuity, Wimberly is active in education endeavors. He is Tennessee Chairman of Destination Imagination, a creative problem-solving program for students. He also serves on the Board of Education for Williamson County (Tennessee), one of the top performing public school systems of its size in the nation.
Wimberly writes regularly on public safety technology for Emergency Management magazine and serves on committees and panels related to emergency alerting. He is co-author of the book Seven Myths of Selling to Government.
About BOLDplanning Inc.
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BOLDplanning Inc. is the leading developer of online software for Emergency Operations Planning (EOP), Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP), Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Hazard Mitigation. Its comprehensive online system walks planners through each step of the continuity and emergency planning process, becoming the central resource for an organization’s plan development, training and on-going maintenance. Its support team is unrivaled in its knowledge, experience and planning certifications.
The BOLDplanning approach provides an unparalleled platform for both the public and private sector, making the critical process of contingency planning easy and efficient. Currently, BOLDplanning is the solution of choice for more than 7,500 organizations.
BOLDplanning works with Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care to develop Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) plans for all of their healthcare sites across the United States. Our Certified Business Continuity Planners (CBCP) now transition to the Plan Review process to make Seasons’ plans as strong as possible.
As we are nearing the end of the initial plan development push, a special thanks to the Denver office for hosting staff from Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Arizona.
Pictured are the staff from Seasons and James Woulfe from the BOLDplanning Global Solutions Team.
Great discussions with both existing and potential customers at the Arkansas Emergency Management Association (AEMA) 2017 Conference! BOLDplanning is excited to continue our support of AEMA. Brittney Whatley from the BOLDplanning Global Solutions team is pictured.
BOLDplanning would like to recognize Georgia Primary Care Association (GAPHC) for its efforts to improve the readiness of all 34 Georgia Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and in turn creating a culture of preparedness throughout its member organizations. Marcus Garner and his colleagues at GAPHC recognized the importance of being prepared for emergencies and planning for continuity of operations and we are honored to work with them. This is the latest implementation using our innovative Emergency & Continuity Planning (ECP) software and working with our healthcare emergency planning professionals.
BOLDplanning Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) development trainers Brittney Whatley and James Woulfe continued work with Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, this time with their staff in California. Seasons is committed to ensuring their staff are ready for “all hazards” and BOLD is proud to partner with organizations who are dedicated to emergency preparedness. Special recognition goes to Abigail Swindler for organizing and coordinating this large endeavor at the national level.
BOLDplanning congratulates Cobb County, GA for completing their first round of plan development workshops as part of their Business Continuity Planning (BCP) initiative. BOLDplanning trainers worked with more than 100 county staff members over two days to make Cobb a more resilient county. We are proud to work with such a well-organized group.
Pictured from left to right is BOLDplanning Operations Manager Will Minkoff, Cobb County Emergency Management Agency Director Cassie Mazloom, Cobb County Emergency Management Planner Sean Laughlin, BOLDlanning Professional Services staff member Cassandra Wolff, and Cobb County Technology Services Manager Sherrie Millett.