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Washington, D. C. , Jan. 19, 2012 -- Honoree Venus Majeski displays her award and stands with National Emergency Management Association President Jim Mullen, International Association of Emergency Managers Region 3 President Kathee Henning, and FEMA Deputy Administrator Timothy Manning (L-R). Award recipients were honored for their significant innovation and creativity in working to get their communities ready for the unexpected and embraced the approach of involving all members of their communities in emergency preparedness and response, reaching out to faith-based, tribal, non-profit, private sector and community-based organizations, as well as individual citizens.

Washington, D. C. , Jan. 19, 2012 -- Honoree Venus Majeski displays her award and stands with National Emergency Management Association President Jim Mullen, International Association of Emergency Managers Region 3 President Kathee Henning, and FEMA Deputy Administrator Timothy Manning (L-R). Award recipients were honored for their significant innovation and creativity in working to get their communities ready for the unexpected and embraced the approach of involving all members of their communities in emergency preparedness and response, reaching out to faith-based, tribal, non-profit, private sector and community-based organizations, as well as individual citizens.

 
 
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Title: Champions of Change Awards Ceremony

Production Date: 01/19/2012

Caption: Washington, D. C. , Jan. 19, 2012 -- Honoree Venus Majeski displays her award and stands with National Emergency Management Association President Jim Mullen, International Association of Emergency Managers Region 3 President Kathee Henning, and FEMA Deputy Administrator Timothy Manning (L-R). Award recipients were honored for their significant innovation and creativity in working to get their communities ready for the unexpected and embraced the approach of involving all members of their communities in emergency preparedness and response, reaching out to faith-based, tribal, non-profit, private sector and community-based organizations, as well as individual citizens.

Photographer Name: Alison Hathaway

City/State: Washington, DC

Categories: Ceremony ^ Special Event
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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