Helping to Make Our Communities Safer Places to Live HPP Logo  
Home
Calendar
Training Resources
Programs


LEARN CPR!
LEARN FIRST AID!

Links
News Archives
Newsletters

Where We  Help
    Brazoria County
    Ft. Bend County

About Us
    Mission
    History
    Staff
    Corporate Documents

Contact Us
SIGN UP TODAY!

Like us on Facebook
Facebook         Twitter Bird
Follow us on Twitter

 

HPP Staff

Our staff of experienced volunteer management  professionals come from a wide range of emergency response and management backgrounds. Each member of our Team is committed to building the best possible resources to help make our community a safer place to live.

Executive Director

Bill Ray

Bill RayBill started his career in Law Enforcement working for the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office. During his time there, Bill was assigned to the Motorcycle Division where he worked all types of response and enforcement activity. After leaving the Sheriff's Office, Bill worked as a manufacturer's representative before starting his own technology consulting firm. Bill has been involved with dog sports most of his life and has trained dogs in a variety of disciplines.

As a result of his involvement in dog sports, Bill became interested in Search and Rescue and has been the President of a local volunteer Search Team for over 17 years. In that capacity, he has assisted local agencies in dozens of searches for missing people.

Bill also has experience as a Federal responder in a number of incidents including the Shuttle Columbia Recovery, the 2004 Hurricane Season in Georgia, and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. At the local level, Bill has responded to Tropical Storm Allison, Hurricane Ike, and numerous local incidents.

Bill is is certified Homeland Security General Instructor, Master CERT Instructor, Psychological First Aid Instructor, and ICS Curriculum Instructor. Bill earned his Master Exercise Practitioner certification in May of 2010 becoming one a very small group of individuals in Texas to achieve this certification. Bill is also certified to teach many other homeland security courses and has served on numerous committees at the regional level.

Bill founded Homeland Preparedness in 2003 and has served as the Executive Director since that time. Bill is responsible for the day to day operations of the organization, the development of new programs, and the financial management of Homeland Preparedness Project.

 

Lead Trainer - Brazoria County

Gale Stefka

Gales PhotoGale is a TCOLE licensed Peace Officer and works for a local law enforcement agency. Gale has an extensive background in adult education and has been with HPP since 2009.

Gale is responsible for recruiting, training and organizing volunteers in Brazoria County.

Want to know more about what we do in Brazoria County? Email Gale

 

Trainer's Assistant - Brazoria County

Tammy Jensen

Tammy's PictureTammy has been a volunteer with Homeland Preparedness Project since 2013. For the past two years, she was recognized as an outstanfding volunteer. She has now joined the staff to assist the Brazoria County Trainer.

Tammy comes to HPP with a backgrouind in Medical Administration and is ready to help you join one of our teams. To contact Tammy about our programs or to set up a class, click HERE

 

Training Coordinator - Ft. Bend County

Cornelia Jammer

Cornelia JammerCornelia (a.k.a. "Jammer") is responsible for advanced training and retention of Medical Reserve Corps Team Members in Ft. Bend County.

Prior to joining HPP, Jammer worked in a variety of roles with disaster recovery and volunteer organizations.

Over the past four years Jammer has been a part of disaster recovery initiatives servicing and assisting over 10,000 clients with planning, preparation and recovery.  She has implemented volunteer programs to involve, educate, and prepare our most vulnerable populations.  In 2009 she served as the Logistics and Intake Director for 10 counties including Brazoria in conjunction with the RISE Project.

Jammer's unique skill set brings a fresh perspective to our programs.

Jammer's responsibilities include recruiting, orienting, and organizing our Teams in Ft. Bend County. Email Jammer

 

Volunteer Services Representative - Fort Bend County

Tenesha Gardiner

The Tenesha is responsible for working with Jammer to schedule classes, getting our Team Members trained, and keeping everything in Fort Bend moving forward.

Tenesha comes from a customer service background. Want to find out about the upcoming training classes or trainng events? Contact Tenesha by clicking HERE!

 

Administrative Assistant

Patricia Williams

Patricias PhotoPatricia is responsible for keeping us all running in the right directions. The Administrative Assistant, manages all of the volunteer data including applications, training records, and volunteer communications.

Need an update for your ID? Want to schedule a CPR class or an MRC Orientation, want to know more about CERT or Fire Corps? Click HERE to contact Patricia.


National Office
2833 Cytherea Circle  -   Alvin, TX    77511
281-844-3653
Site Map Contact Us CalendarTraining Resources About Us