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Larry Sagen
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FIRE 20/20
Executive Director
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Top issues in your department:
Help fire/EMS safely and effecively deliver emergency services, prevention and life safety programs and recruitment campains in multicultural communities.
Professional Qualifications:
-Community organizing (MSW)
-Change management
Topics you provide training for:
-Research about firefighter and civilian safety in multicultural communities
-Community outreach in multicultural communities
-Targeted prevention programs
Areas of expertise:
-Partnering for Prevention
-Targeted recruitment (qualified, inclusive, safe and competent women of all cultures and men of color)
Larry Sagen is the founder and Executive Director of FIRE 20/20™, a research and education non-profit helping fire departments to increase their outreach efforts and enhance emergency services, fire and life safety programs and recruitment efforts in multicultural communities. Prior to forming FIRE 20/20, Larry worked with departments throughout the US and Canada in the areas of entry and promotional testing and teamwork training. Larry has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis.
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At 10:59pm on June 14, 2008, Alex Simon said…
Ok Larry, I sent you an email, if theres anything I forgot to add or anything else you want to know please let me know, Thanks Larry
At 11:39am on June 11, 2008, Alex Simon said…
WOW! Thanks Larry! :)

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