KEMA



​  Keystone Emergency Management Association

Municipal Coordinator Award for Excellence recognizes an emergency management coordinator of a local municipality who demonstrates exemplary performance as indicated by a level of excellence or achievement that is above and beyond what is considered the normal of duties of the candidate.


2018 Municipal Coordinator Award for Excellence:


KRISTIN YEAGER


Elk Township, Clarion County


In Recognition of your outstanding
efforts at the municipal emergency management level

By The Members and Officers of
The Keystone Emergency Management Association






​​The Spirit of KEMA Award recognizes emergency management professionals who have worked to advance KEMA’s mission and forge partnerships that seek to advance the emergency management profession.  The Spirit of KEMA Award was established by the KEMA Board of Directors in 2011 to recognize KEMA members who have worked tirelessly to advance KEMA as an organization, advocate on KEMA’s behalf, and forge partnerships that seek to advance the Emergency Management profession.


2018 Spirit of KEMA Award Recipient:


DAVID BJORKMAN


In Recognition of your outstanding

contributions and tireless efforts to further advance

the profession of Emergency Management 


By The Members and Officers of

The Keystone Emergency Management Association



Awards


The Harry Robidoux Award for excellence in Emergency Management is for the County Coordinator who exhibits all that is good and right in Emergency Management. Nominations for this award may be made by any KEMA member in good standing or any county coordinator. Nominations for this award should be received six weeks prior to the annual meeting. Submissions should be sent to the KEMA area president.


2018 Harry Robidoux Award Recipient:


CHIEF MATTHEW BROWN


ALLEGHENY COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES


In Recognition of Your Constant

Display of All That is Right and

Good in Emergency Management 


By The Members and Officers of

The Keystone Emergency Management Association




The Paul R. Beatty Partnership Award for cooperation and collaboration in fostering emergency management principles. This award will be presented to a person or organization that exhibits these characteristics. Nominations for this award may be made by the KEMA membership, Regional Task Force Leadership, or County Coordinator. Nominations for this award should be received six weeks prior to the annual meeting. Submissions should be made to the KEMA Vice President.


2018 Paul R. Beatty Partnership Award Recipient:

MATTHEW EXLEY


In Recognition of Exemplary Performance in the Spirit of

Partnership, Collaboration, and Cooperation 


By The Members and Officers of

The Keystone Emergency Management Association