We would like to wish our global Emergency 2.0 Wiki community a safe and peaceful Christmas and say a big Thank You!
Thank you everyone for your contribution this year to our vision to help build resilient communities empowered with the knowledge to use social media in emergency communications.
We chose this picture as the gift represents the Emergency 2.0 Wiki as a ‘gift that keep on giving to help save lives’ and the stars represent our global community who have contributed in so many ways:
Thank you to all who posted content on the Wiki, adding to this free global resource.
Reference Group members
Thank you to our Reference Group members leading and overseeing the content development of key areas of the Wiki.
Sharing news, links and tips
Sharing our message
Thank you to all of you around the the world who helped raise awareness of the Wiki and shared our messages by retweeting our tweets, sharing our blog posts, blogging about us and linking to us.
Our alliance partners
Thank you to our alliance partners Business Continuity Institute of Australasia (BCI), Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA), and Partnerships Toward Safer Communities (PTSC-Online).
Our pro bono partners
Thank you to our pro bono partners who freely provide their services to the Wiki: auditors Bentleys, web host Mammoth Media, lawyers NFP Lawyers and Hynes Lawyers and WordPress Site designer, Joanna Lane (currently redeveloping our site).
Thank you to our board members Denver Gibson, Dave Eade and Dr Joanne Redburn who have volunteered their time to oversee the direction of the Emergency 2.0 Wiki. We bid farewell to Dave Eade who recently resigned due to commitments with Gov2Qld (the community of practice that initiated the Wiki) and welcome Dr Joanne Redburn of NFP Lawyers (also a probono partner).
We wish you all a safe and peaceful Christmas and New Year and look forward to working with you in 2013 in building Emergency 2.0 Ready communities.
With warmest wishes and lots of cheer,
Eileen Culleton, Founder and CEO (voluntary)