May 17, 2019


Today, at the Annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference in West Palm Beach, FL, Sara Perkins, Small Business & Community Involvement Manager, participated on an esteemed panel regarding the importance of community education and outreach as it relates to storm preparedness and innovative communication strategies during a storm response mission. The theme for this 33rd edition of the Governor’s Hurricane Conference was “Road to Readiness” which focused on the ability to communicate utilizing non-traditional means for situational awareness, and the need to continue training and educating Florida’s emergency management community.  The panel included representatives from the Broward County Emergency Management Division, FIU’s International Hurricane Research Center, NOAA National Weather Service, and StormZone, a non-profit organization focused on youth education on storm preparedness.

“AshBritt’s corporate commitment is ‘There When You Need Us,’ and partnerships focused on community education during non-storm response times are key parts of that commitment,” said Sara Perkins, AshBritt.  “As a leader in our industry, the AshBritt Foundation’s purpose is to be a resource in the long term recovery for communities impacted by natural disasters.”

AshBritt is a national turn-key rapid-response disaster recovery and environmental services contractor. AshBritt has conducted more than 330 disaster response missions and 30 special environmental projects, successfully serving more than 600 clients.

The AshBritt Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the AshBritt organization aimed at further serving communities long after the immediate recovery ends. AshBritt team members may only temporarily live and work in disaster impacted regions, but we become members of the community where we live and serve.