Jarred R. Thomas, CEM
Emergency Management Coordinator
Willimson County OEM
Pamela L’Heureux, CEM
East Waterboro, ME
Jason Zimmerman, MBA, CEM
Chief Operations Officer
MissionMode Solutions Inc.
Winter Garden, FL
Shannan Saunders, CEM
Manager, Emergency Management
Durham College & UOIT
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
IAEM is proud to feature Certified Success, a showcase of emergency management leaders among the more than 1,375 who have earned the coveted AEM or CEM credential. This valued recognition of excellence is earned by those who demonstrate a strong understanding of the emergency management field through knowledge, experience, work history, training, education, and contributions to the profession.
In today’s competitive employment environment, any edge you have over another person seeking the same position can make the difference between success and frustration. For those employed, ensuring that your skills are sharp and your knowledge base is deep is a key to continued success. Whether seeking employment, or currently employed, the Certified Emergency Manager designation is a major career-enhancing credential.
IAEM is the only organization that offers a certification for individual emergency managers. The Certified Emergency Manager designation is a nationally and internationally recognized professional certification for emergency managers.
Visit our website often, so that you can learn everything you’ll need to know about the ultimate credential in emergency management, including details on starting the credentialing process, an outline of the specific requirements, a FAQs page, and additional resources to help you successfully complete your certification.
IAEM’s Associate Emergency Manager (AEM) and Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) certifications are not in any manner intended to serve as a warranty, representation, guarantee or promise with respect to the quality of performance of or procedures utilized by certified emergency managers in their work. The certification program is intended only to establish education, training and experience criteria relevant to emergency management, and to certify that the IAEM certified individual has met the established criteria. IAEM specifically disclaims any and all liability for any third party claims, actions, causes of action, judgments, liabilities, monetary losses, or injuries or damages to persons or property arising out of or resulting from the services performed by or any errors or omissions on the part of any IAEM Associate Emergency Manager (AEM) or Certified Emergency Manager (CEM).
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