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Jeanna Green - New iCERT NENA ICE Steering Committee Representative

NENA ICE Industry Collaboration Events Steering Committee Includes Two Voting Members from iCERT

February 15, 2021


UPDATE - Jeanna Green, Sprint/T-Mobile, has been unanimously elected by the iCERT Executive Committee as the new iCERT Voting Representative to the NENA ICE Steering Committee.


Congratulations! Jeanna has extensive relevant industry experience, having worked on similar groups with multiple communications and public safety NGOs, and currently volunteers on the iCERT DII Future Data Integration and Roadblocks and Enablers Working Groups. iCERT Executive Director, Kim Robert Scovill, made the announcement today, adding that, "iCERT is fortunate to have members of Jeanna's qualifications in important representative positions like the ICER Steering Committee - it makes a material difference to the success of such endeavors."


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------February 4, 2021

iCERT is seeking a member volunteer for one of two iCERT voting positions on the NENA ICE Steering Committee.


The Committee is charged with planning and executing Industry Collaboration Events in support of the overall NENA NG9‐1‐1 Project and deals primarily with setting the direction and expectations for the events. Info: https://www.nena.org/page/NG911_ICE.


Time commitment is approximately 1‐2 hours per week, and the position term is 2-years beginning upon appointment (in any case, not later than March 1, 2021).


If interested, please send the following to exectivedirector@theindustrycouncil.org by Noon EST, Thursday February 11, 2021:

  1. Brief description of qualifications

  2. Resume

  3. Statement of Purpose: Why you want to represent iCERT in this role.

Thanks for your support.

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iCERT has relationships with many other public safety, standards, trade, industry, and other groups and non-iCERT affiliated associations (i.e., non-affiliated associations or associations). These associations may ask one or more representatives from iCERT to participate on a Board, working group, or other group supporting their association. For example, iCERT Members serve on steering committees or events committees for several groups. This is a very common practice in the highly interdependent public safety community.

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Updated 2/5/2021


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