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Melanie Lucht, MBCP, MBCI, CIC, CCM is the associate vice president and chief risk officer at Carnegie Mellon University. She launched the university’s first sustainable business continuity program as a senior manager six years ago. She currently leads its environmental health and safety, risk operations, and DR/BC efforts. Over the past 22 years, Lucht has held business continuity and risk management roles in insurance, medical device manufacturing, and banking. In 2017, she was recognized by the Business Continuity Institute as the Continuity and Resilience Professional of the Year for the private sector. In 2018, she successfully completed the first offering…

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Tracey Forbes Rice

Tracey Forbes Rice is a member of the Disaster Recovery Journal Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) and chairperson of the Career Development Committee. Rice has 20 years of experience in business continuity and risk management. As vice president of customer engagement at Fusion Risk Management, Rice brings customers together, partnering with them to develop innovative solutions and to achieve new levels of program success.

Executing Adaptive Business Continuity
A concept called adaptive business continuity was first introduced to readers in the Spring 2019 issue of Disaster Recovery Journal. That...
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What Is Your Monday Morning Plan?
As much of America and the world begins to shut down, what is your plan? Yesterday the CDC banned gatherings...
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The Evolution of Vendor Management
Thirty years ago, as a new business continuity coordinator, I discovered that preventing bad things from happening was not always...
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They Called Me ‘The Queen of Doom’
What a ridiculous title – “The Queen of Doom.” But that was my unofficial designation when I worked for the...
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