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An EAB Committee Needs You

Written by  Colleen Huber, MBCI, CBCP, CBRM

Are you interested in learning more about Disaster Recovery Journal Editorial Advisory Board (EAB)? The EAB consists of both practitioners and vendors who provide strategic direction to DRJ staff regarding the focus, format, and content of the magazine, Website, and conferences. Members of the EAB are a distinguished group of leaders in the BC/DR profession. One of the ways to learn more about the EAB is to join a committee. Working committees are staffed with both EAB and non-EAB industry professionals. Vendors and practitioners volunteer their time by attending regularly scheduled meetings, throughout the year and share their knowledge on one or more of the committee topics. There are currently five working committees available to choose from. Below is a summary of each:Generally Accepted Practices Committee: The goal of this committee is to provide a repository of knowledge and recommendations offered by skilled risk, emergency and business continuity management practitioners. They are