As a young professional, Naomi Hill already sees herself as becoming a lifelong business continuity professional. In fact, she can’t imagine doing anything else. She says this particular field allows her to put some of her strongest skills into practice. “I enjoy the fact that every day is a new challenge,” Hill says. Hill has been a business continuity analyst for two years with the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). She previously worked as a special projects fellow for the Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center, the National Capital Region’s fusion center housed within Washington, D.C.’s Homeland and Security and Emergency…
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