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Disaster Tech, Jul 6, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Washington, D.C., July 6, 2021 – Today, Disaster Tech, the leader in decision science technologies for emergency management, announced the appointment of Carolyn Parent to its Board of Directors.   
Parent is a highly accomplished, results-driven, global business operating executive with over 25 years of C-suite and board member experience and has a proven track record in successfully launching, scaling, leading, and transforming companies. Parent currently serves as the entrepreneur in residence at HearstLab.   
"Parent is known for being at the front lines of new markets and has propelled 2X-1,000X, double-triple percent growth year over year at eight separate companies. Her track record is unmatched to any entrepreneur in our industry," said Sean Griffin, CEO and Co-founder at Disaster Tech. "Parent's customer-centric approach, entrepreneurial mindset, and passion for leading companies at the forefront of technological innovation have already proven invaluable. I look forward to partnering with her on our plans to continue disrupting the disaster management industry."  
With her, Parent brings sales, client success, and team-building experience to Disaster Tech, including:  

Disaster Tech, Jun 4, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Every year, IAEM brings together some of the best and brightest in emergency management to collaborate on solving today’s most pressing problems and to learn about the future of disaster management.  

Disaster Tech, May 19, 2021 9:00:00 AM

This week, Disaster Tech and the Crisis Technologies Innovation Lab, a partnership between the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering and Indiana University's University Information Technology Services, has been awarded a $2.3 million contract from the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center to create data science capabilities that can enhance patient care for COVID-19 and provide better responses to disasters.  
The past decades have demonstrated that performance science, data science, and communications technologies can provide critical improvements in processes and services with the incorporation of good data, thoughtful analytics, a human-centered approach, and governance structures that permit change. Yet, little change has been implemented. This project aims to bring desperately needed change to the industry with the convergence of leaders in academia, the private and public sectors 

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