The Pacific Executive Leaders Program [video]
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The Pacific Executive Leaders Program, funded by FEMA, was created to develop collaboration and executive leader skills in times of crisis in the Pacific. In this Viewpoints, David Fukutomi discusses the program. You can register, apply, or learn more about the program at http://www.chds.us/?special/info&pgm=....
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