2019 KEMA Conference INTERNS
KEMA welcomes this year's class of college interns, whom have been chosen to participate in this year's conference! The interns are involved with Emergency Management degree programs at Kansas Wesleyan University, in Salina, Kansas. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Kansas Division of Emergency Management, which allows these students to attend at no cost. They will be assisting with conference management activities while attending conference.
COLLEGE INTERN BIOGRAPHIES
My name is Izaiah Grogan. I am 23 years old, a Marine Corps Veteran, and I am currently attending Kansas Wesleyan University. During my time in the Marine Corps I served as an anti-tank missile gunner in the infantry for four years that were split between Twentynine Palms, California and Baghdad, Iraq. I am currently dual majoring in Criminal Justice and Emergency Management at the University, and I am starting my junior year of studies. After graduation I aim to work for the Department of State as a Regional Security Officer in charge of the security for different American Embassies across the world. At the KEMA Conference, I hope to capitalize on the networking possibilities due to the wide range of knowledge and professions in the Emergency Management field.