Sarah C. McNealy has over 15 years experience in emergency preparedness training, planning, operations and logistics. She has developed, coordinated, and delivered planning and training programs for military, public health and healthcare, state and local government, first responder, and businesses, programs designed for general employee populations through senior management levels. Mrs. McNealy has analyzed emergency management plans and hazard vulnerability analyses, and has provided oversight for various health system plans to ensure they meet guidance from JCAHO, CDC, FBI and other federal and state authorities. As a certified instructor for the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC), Mrs. McNealy has designed, delivered, and facilitated emergency preparedness training in both classroom and exercise settings for local and state governments and for both national and international emergency responders. Mrs. McNealy has had extensive recent experience developing multi-agency response and pandemic influenza plans and training programs for both state governments and corporations. While in the Army, Mrs. McNealy managed plans, operations, training, and security for the largest military medical center in Europe. She implemented its Emergency Management Plan and revised its Emergency Management Program, and established working groups between the medical center and local international host community. Also in this role, she coordinated emergency services, (including flights, ground transportation and care), for patients from the USS Cole. Mrs. McNealy holds a bachelors degree in English Literature from the University of Virginia and is a certified US Army Multi-Functional Logistician and Planner.
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