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Bethany Piehl

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In April 2018, Bethany moved from Spokane, WA to join CEMA as an AmeriCorps VISTA. Her primary role is to work alongside CEMA staff to enhance and support continued disaster response/recovery efforts from Hurricanes Matthew and Irma along with ongoing preparedness activities for future disasters.

In December 2017, Bethany graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with her Bachelors of Business Administration concentrating in International Crisis Management. During her collegiate experience, Bethany studied Peace and Conflict in Oslo, Norway and conducted research in Nicaragua. Bethany also stayed active in her community through teaching a summer STEM program and volunteering with her local fire department as an EMT in the Support Service division. During college, she worked as the Student Assistant to the PLU Office of Environmental Health & Safety.

Bethany is excited to be in Savannah and aspires to serve her new community in a way that inspires community members to take active roles in emergency preparedness and recovery.


Last Updated: September 6, 2018 10:29 AM

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