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06/24/2013

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Patricia Mieszala, NFPA Lead & SW Public Education Advisor

Welcome, Karen to our NFPA Public Education Family!! It was exciting to meet you at the NFPA WSC&E in Chicago and again at the EMAC meeting in Boston! I look forward to working together on all of the programs and activities that NFPA supports in bringing fire and life safety to children and adults, especially those at high risk for fire. We're so happy that you are on our team!!

Karen Berard Reed

Thank you for such a warm welcome, Pat!

Bev Gilbert

Hi Karen, It was great to meet you at the EMAC meeting. I enjoyed your blog and your background and skills sound like a perfect fit for your new role. I know you will really enjoy your new position! Welcome and take care.

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