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Consular Corps College

The National Association of Foreign Consuls in the United States

Interactive Session Open to Web Participation Across the US

Posted by kmoss on November 19, 2016 at 1:57 pm

For the first time ever, the Consular Corps College is opening up its Thursday, December 1st Interactive Panel on Consular Response to Pandemic to all consular officers across the US through WebEx!  Now, consular officers everywhere can participate in this landmark outreach effort to bring critical training to consuls who cannot attend the entire Symposium.


  1. What consuls and consulates need to do to prepare for a pandemic,
  2.  What State, Local, and Federal emergency health response mechanisms are in place and how they function in a developing pandemic, and
  3. How consular officers should respond and interface with those networks in the protection and aid of their nationals.

The interactive panel will take place from 2:00 – 4:50 pm Eastern Time, 10:00 – 12:50 Pacific Time.  WebEx participants will be able to listen to the panel while accessing slides and sending questions for our panel of experts.  Panelists consists of:

Dr. Ivan Zapata, Program Manager, Office of Health Affairs, US Department of Homeland Security

Dr. E. Oscar Alleyne, Senior Advisor for Public Health Programs – National Association of City and County
Health Offices Representative

Mr. Robert P. Mauskapf, – Director, Emergency Preparedness, Virginia Department of Health

Ms. Robin L. Haase, Miami Regional Director, Office of Foreign Missions, US Department of State

Dr. Lori Stetz, Medical Director, Aetna International

Moderator: The Honorable Edward Paul, Honorary Consul of Belize in NC, CCC Chancellor, Physician

Membership in the Consular Corps College is essential for participation, but the $125.00 membership dues can be rolled into the $50.00 enrollment cost of the webcast.

Contact Kit Moss, Director General, immediately to sign up for the webcast -kmosscccollege@gmail.com or (240) 543-735.

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