Summary: The Leadership During Hurricane Katrina

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The leadership during Hurricane Katrina was riddled with inconsistencies, unpreparedness, and lacking in the knowledge to deal with emergency management situations from the White House, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FEMA, the Governor’s Office in Louisiana and the City of New Orleans. This event emphasizes the importance of preparedness, response, recovery, communications, emergency plans, and political indifferences during pressing times.
The Katrina breakdown starts with Mayor Nagin in New Orleans with his inability to manage the city during a crisis. On camera, he was very photogenic, but behind the scenes, he was making deals for himself and not the people he was sworn to protect. I believe he is still in jail for crimes he committed

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