Emergency Preparedness and Planning
about the seminar
Alertus and Saint James School's seminar on best practices for emergency preparedness and planning, held on Tuesday, August 14.
Complimentary breakfast and lunch
Keynote presentation from Robert Mueck - Director of Public Safety, St. John's College "Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Communication Issues"
Alertus Emergency Mass Notification system overview and live demo
Networking opportunities and light refreshments
Saint James School - Kerfoot Refectory - Building 11 - 17641 College Road, Hagerstown, MD 21740
Adjacent to Building 11, parking also available across from the football field
"Emergency preparedness and crisis communication issues"
Robert Mueck, Director of Public Safety, St. John's College
Robert “Bob” Mueck has been the Director of Public Safety at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, since September of 2015. There he oversees the operations of the Office of Public Safety, which includes Emergency Management.
Bob retired as a Captain from the University of Maryland Police in College Park after serving 29 years, serving in his final years as the Police Academy Director and Emergency Manager. In that time, Bob brought created a robust active shooter program for the officers, which included response to alarms at the nuclear research reactor on the campus.
He spent over a year as the training coordinator for the George Washington University Police and the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area, where he ran numerous training programs at the basic and
Bob is an Adjunct Professor in Homeland Security and Public Safety Administration for the University of Maryland University College, in addition to being an adjunct instructor for TEEX (Texas A&M University), where he teaches Critical Incident Response and Emergency Management.
Bob is a member of the Active Assailant Interdisciplinary Workgroup for the Office of the Governor in Maryland, and a member of InfraGard, where he previously served as the Chair of the Physical Threat SIG and the program coordinator of the Maryland Chapter (IMMA).
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Tye Campbell, Director of Technology, Gilman School in Baltimore, Maryland
After graduating from St. Paul’s School (NH), Tye spent the first ten years of his career in corporate IT, learning and implementing best practices, as well as training end-users to help them become more productive. However, he always wanted to return to the independent school world. So in 2013, he left corporate to serve as the Director of Technology at Far Hills Country Day School (NJ). Then in the summer of 2016 he relocated to Maryland with his family to take on a bigger challenge at Gilman.
In addition to his role at Gilman, Tye serves on the board of ATLIS (Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools) and presents at national conferences on various topics, including: education technology, cybersecurity, and school data management. Tye is passionate about 21st century learning initiatives, team development, growth mindset, music, and sports (soccer, baseball, football, and basketball - and specifically, the Mets, Jets, and Knicks - yes, it's a sad life).
For more information, please contact Kay Barwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866.425.3788 x 787