We all know that the field of business continuity is very broad. The range of careers and roles that these careers entail in incredibly deep – a good thing but also an obstacle. For young professionals starting their career in business continuity, it can be challenging to carve out a niche within the industry. This is exactly the position Eugenia DeLoatch finds herself in. She has been working as a business continuity specialist for three years full-time after completing a one-year internship in business continuity during graduate school. As a relatively new professional, DeLoatch is facing one of the major…