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Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Exercise Program

Ashley DavisThe HBCU Emergency Consortium members proudly announce that Florida A&M University has become the first Historically Black College and University to apply for, and participate in, the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Exercise Program. This program provides support for exercise design, scenario development, planning, execution, and evaluation using subject matter expertise from experienced exercise specialists.

"As a community-wide partner, our university will receive free technical advice and support from the National Exercise Division, helping us to enhance our preparedness and response capabilities for natural disasters," said Ashley H. Davis, MS, CEM, FPEM, Division of Student Affairs, Emergency Management Director & Assistant Vice President,  Florida A&M University. 

"We are honored to host the Federal Emergency Management Agency as we work together to ensure the safety and well-being of our university community," Davis continued.  "This partnership will help us to better prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against natural disasters."

Please join us in celebrating this achievement and our ongoing efforts to build a more resilient and prepared university.

We celebrate the hard work and commitment of HBCU Consortium member, Mr. Ashley Davis.

If your university is interested in learning more about the National Exercise Program, you can find more information at https://www.fema.gov/emergency-managers/national-preparedness/exercises/about