The Safe Community Project, a non-profit public benefit charity is managed by a group of fire service professionals. This group of individuals bring expertise in fire suppression, emergency medicine, incident command, national, state, and local emergency management, communications, journalism, media, education, and training.
The directors for The Safe Community Project are actively involved in the operational management of the organization as well. The organization’s ability to collaborate closely with the Los Angeles City Fire Department, LA Unified School District, Department of Aging, Rec & Parks, American Red Cross, FEMA, and other partners is due to the ongoing dedication and contributions made by the organization’s directors.
Training and brand development expert, business CEO, award-winning filmmaker, co-founder
US Air Force NCO (ret), LA City Fire Captain, (ret), co-founder.
Chief Deputy, Emergency Operations for the Los Angeles City Fire Department (ret.).
Former network news director, university professor, award-winning filmmaker, training expert, co-founder.
Experienced governmental executive, advocate for human rights.
Experienced executive search expert, CERT trainer, and public safety officer, co-founder.
LA City Assistant Fire Chief (ret), former LAFD Community Liaison Officer, co-founder.
Los Angeles City Fire Department Assistant Chief, educator
Los Angeles City Fire Department Public Service Officer, former US Army Helicopter Pilot, Business Executive.
Los Angeles City Fire Department Captain (ret)., community service expert, entrepreneur.
Los Angeles City Fire Department Paramedic, director at the African American Firefighters Museum.
Los Angeles City Fire Department Assistant Chief.