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- Dr. Mitch Hammer Crisis & Emergency Consultant with Hammer Gregorian, and Professor of International Relations at American University
- Mary Hill Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments; Chairman of the Emergency Preparedness Committee; and a representative on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors
- John White Assistant Chief of Technical Services, Arlington Fire Department
- Lynn Frank Chief of Public Health Services, Montgomery County
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