Our guest this morning is Alix Stayton.
Alix is the Program Manager for the Emergency Network of Los Angeles (ENLA).
ENLA is the Los Angeles County VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters). It is a coalition of nonprofit organizations, government and private-sector partners with some disaster function.
ENLA serves as the forum where organizations share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle—preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation — to help disaster survivors and their communities.
Together, they foster more effective service through the four C’s—communication, coordination, cooperation and collaboration — by providing mechanisms and outreach for individuals and organizations involved in disasters.
Alix is the owner and principal at Integrative Output, a business consultancy specializing in strategic planning and change management.
She holds a bachelor's degree from Columbia College Chicago and a masters degree from Antioch University Los Angeles.
She is the former secretary of the board of directors for Hands for Hope, a local education nonprofit organization.
Alix currently serves as the development committee chair and sits on the board of directors for My Friends House, a food pantry serving the City of Los Angeles.
For more information about VOADs, visit the website at www.nvoad.org.
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