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Dr. Charles. Changing the Paradigm in Antigua & Barbuda at the University of West Indies (UWI)
January 13, 2022

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FROM THE OFFICE OF CHARLES D. SHARP DIRECTOR, BLACK EMERGENCY MANAGERS ASSOCIATION

cdsharp@blackemergmanagersassociation.org

Congratulations Dr. Curtis Charles, Director of Academic Affairs University of West Indies (UWI) Antigua & Barbuda.  UWI with campusí in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda, and regional & online opportunities.

Addressing STEM, agriculture, data collection, disaster risk management, climate change, academics, job creations, and more for our communities.  Opportunities for collaborations, partnerships, and engagement.    

BEMA International is here when needed with the resources for your success.

CDS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtCN92PRvSA

Growing the program at UWI Antigua & Barbuda

Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change, Academic and Job Opportunities

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=497899564945090&ref=sharing

A New Academic Year starting January 2022.

Academic and Job Opportunities

 

Charles D. Sharp

Chair\CEO

Black Emergency Managers Association International

We Support the GC

 

    Cornell University Climate Fellow

    Deputy Chair, Global Health Security Agenda Consortium

Washington, D.C.  20020

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