ARNOLD, Mo. – Members of the Disaster Recover Journal Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) recently voted to add three new members.
David Halford, Ray Holloman, and Cary Jasgur were all elected to a two-year term just prior to DRJ Spring 2021.
The purpose of the EAB is to promote and enhance the professionalism and effectiveness of business continuity and related fields by providing strategic direction to DRJ. EAB members lead DRJ resource committees related to career development, rules and regulations, and the glossary of terms.
“We’re excited to have three very qualified members added to the board,” said Jon Seals, DRJ editor in-chief. “All three new members are regular contributors to our magazine and conference events.”
Halford is the vice president of continuity solutions for Fusion Risk Management in Chicago. He leads product vision for all business continuity management and operational resilience program aspects solutions. Halford’s strategic position includes acting as a liaison between product engineering, development teams, and customer-driven requirements.
Holloman is a senior business continuity administrator, ITG business continuity for HCA Healthcare in Nashville, Tenn. He has more than 10 years of successful experience in information technology with recognized strengths in problem solving and troubleshooting.
Jasgur is a consulting manager of organizational resilience at Mazars USA in Washington, DC. He has more than 25 years of experience in various aspects of technology management.
The next EAB election will be held prior to DRJ Fall 2021 in Phoenix. If you are interested in joining the EAB or any of its committees, please email our membership committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership is open to all professionals interested in business continuity-related fields, regardless of race, color, sex, age, religious affiliation, disability, or country of origin. The EAB will ideally be comprised of 16 elected members. No more than half of the entire board will be represented by vendors. The term of office for elected EAB members is two years. At the completion of the first two-year term, members may seek re-election to the board for one additional two-year term. The term limit is four consecutive years.