U.S. Fire Administrator to speak at CFSI National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner
Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell, founder of the International Public Safety Data Institute, has served in fire and emergency services since 1987
By Leila Merrill
WASHINGTON — U.S. Fire Administrator Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell will give the keynote address Thursday at the Congressional Fire Services Institute's 32nd annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner.
Moore-Merrell has served in fire and emergency services since 1987. She has received national awards and has served on fire service organization boards and committees. Moore-Merrell founded the International Public Safety Data Institute.
“Dr. Moore-Merrell is a visionary leader,” said CFSI President Bill Jenaway. “As the fire and emergency services requires greater levels of training and new technologies to respond to emerging threats, she will provide leadership at the federal level to ensure that our first responders have the tools and training they need to perform their missions safely. I look forward to hearing Dr. Moore-Merrell share her vision as Fire Administrator at our dinner program.”
📣#CFSI2022 Speaker Announcement! Come join us on April 7th to hear @DrLoriUSFA, U.S. Fire Administrator, discuss the work of the U.S. Fire Administration!— CFSI (@CFSIUpdate) March 16, 2022
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About 1,500 leaders from throughout the U.S. are expected at the dinner.
More information about the 32nd annual National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium and Dinner can be found here.
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