Welcome to New Mexico Members Alliance Chapter

2015 Theme: Getting to Know the Sectors

  • 17 April:  NM Department of Health
  • May:  Service Industries
  • August:  Emergency Services
  • October: NM Infragard Infrastructure Protection Summit


WHO: NM Infragard Chapter meeting

Sign-up via Eventbrite  https://inmma.eventbrite.com

WHEN:  11:30 a.m. (sharp) – 1 p.m. Friday, April 17th, 2015

WHERE: USDA Forest Service - Albuquerque Service Center- Enter through the main entrance and check in with Security. NO WEAPONS, including knives.
4000 Masthead St NE 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87113


SPEAKER:   Mike Rose

With over ten years’ experience in matters related to emergency preparedness, mitigation, and recovery, Mr. Rose is currently the Emergency Preparedness Specialist for the Northwest Region within the Public Health Division of the New Mexico Department of Health.

Activities include technical, planning and training duties to integrate bioterrorism and emergency response plans into response activities for our stakeholder emergency management partners; region-wide response planning to communicable disease outbreaks, developing and maintaining comprehensive regional response plans to support receipt of Strategic National Stockpile materials, and distribution of countermeasures.

Mr. Rose is a certified Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Training Center and National Environmental Training Academy (NETA) qualified instructor. In addition, Mr. Rose is Board Certified in Homeland Security through the American Board of Certified Homeland Security professionals and is a FEMA recognized Professional Continuity Planner.

Mr. Rose has received numerous awards for his work in emergency preparedness and community volunteerism, including the Presidential Volunteer Lifetime achievement award, Sandia National Laboratories Presidents Award and the Albuquerque Office of Volunteer Engagement

The mission of public health has its roots in the mid-nineteenth century, when physicians, housing reformers, advocates for the poor, and scientists trained in new techniques of chemistry and civil engineering came together to fight problems growing out of urbanization, industrialization, and large-scale immigration.

While todays 21st Century public health organizations reaffirm those 19th beginnings, fostering health across a community requires more than healthcare; it requires engagement with all of the community determinants of health.

WHY:  The anthrax incidents following the 9/11 terrorist attacks put the spotlight on the nation’s public health agencies to evolve into organizations capable of planning for, responding to and recovering from today's emerging threat environment. Our preparedness goals are designed to directly measure how quickly we prevent, detect, investigate, and control public health emergencies resulting from natural disasters, terrorism, infectious disease, and occupational and environmental threats. We will talk preparedness activities in New Mexico and specifically to the programs taking place in the greater Albuquerque Metro area. 


  • Networking with other members
  • Announcements from FBI, DHS and chapter board members 
  • Brief introductions - INMMA Sector Chiefs 
  • Keynote Speaker:
    • Mike Rose - New Mexico Department of Health
  • Q&A and further networking

Note: Everyone must register, even if you do not plan on eating


(lunch will begin promptly at 11:30)

NM InfraGard Point-of-Contact:
Audrey Piñeda

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