Interns Grow News on YouTube & SNN
Thanks to the University of Georgia’s School of International and Public Affairs (known as SPIA), Safe America has grown more and more followers on social media. Thanks to our SNN (Safety News Network), more stories on COVID recovery have been produced – with information that’s both exclusive and insightful. “We’re proud of students – Emma Welch, Millan Verma, Lia Mazorra and Katie Dang – who have been working with us since August 2020,” noted CEO Len Pagano. “Their good work has provided insightful information that is helping people make smart decisions and protect themselves.” Pagano noted that the UGA internship program has already been extended into 2021-22 school year. And, an offer for having 5 interns in the fall includes one in Washington, DC. “We’re excited of how this is growing – and the good work we’re doing thanks to these interns,” Pagano noted. “We’ll be telling more stories – as well as helping hold events in New York, Atlanta and Washington, DC.”
Thanks to Nick Sicora, America Will ‘Keep Safety Popular’ into 2022
The Owner of Disaster Disability Consultants LLC has accepted the role of being Regional Chairman of the ‘CEO Network.’ Nick Sicora, who has worked since 9/11 occurred in New York, will now be part of a memorial of the 20th anniversary that Safe America will host in Manhattan. Additionally, Sicora will recruit non-profit and corporate executives to participate in a September 9 event a new Freedom Tower to help improve post-COVID-19. “We’re proud of Nick – and his commitment to help Americans ‘recover’ from COVID,” said Safe America CEO Len Pagano. “Working with Nick, we’ll ‘Keep Safety Popular – and Advance WorldSafe.“ Zoom conference calls – for leaders who want to become ‘CEOs‘ (Community Enhancement Officers), are being planned from March through July. To participate, call Joe Caprara at (770)-384-7937.
Spring Symposium Being Planned
A ‘Zoom’ conference is being planned for April 21 to evaluate how to ‘Keep Safety Popular’ and help non-profits recover from COVID’s financial impact. Safe America Board member Dr. Bamidele Adeyemo (in photo above on right), who is the Director of WellStar Atlanta Medical Center’s trauma recovery unit, will be among medical leaders nationally to discuss future plans. Dr. Adeyemo, Chairman of the WorldSafe Health Board, will invite others to ‘assess’ what can be done over the next 2-3 years to reduce risks. More information to be posted soon. For more details, contact Len Pagano at (770)-509-7958.
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