With this week being hurricane preparedness week, and hurricane season set to start on June 1st, now is the time to prep and plan for storm season. Yesterday, Cheryl Nelson, Disaster Preparedness Expert, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and Weather & Preparedness Advisor for Cummins joined me for an interview to discuss the most important things you should do to prepare for hurricane/storm season. Cheryl dished on the importance of having a generator before the next storm strikes, essential items you should have on-hand, and discussed how to prepare your family, especially your children for storm season.
Please be sure to watch the interview below to see my interview with certified broadcast meteorologist, Cheryl Nelson. She shared great tips that everyone can use to plan for hurricane season. For more information please visit:
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Watch Candace Rose interview Cheryl Nelson, Disaster Preparedness Expert, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and Weather & Preparedness Advisor for Cummins on how to prepare for a hurricane this season.
Talent/Guest: Cheryl Nelson is an Emmy-nominated and AP award-winning certified broadcast meteorologist, natural disaster preparedness expert and TV host with over 15 years of television experience. Cheryl has appeared nationally on “The Real” daytime talk-show, The Weather Channel, The AccuWeather Channel, Fox News Channel, CNBC, and locally in various television markets.
Cheryl Nelson Bio
Cheryl recently hosted a national TV program titled “Get Ready America: The National Hurricane Survival Test,” which aired in 50 U.S. television markets. Cheryl is well-known in her industry and presents at various company events and conferences about national disaster preparedness. Last fall, she broadcasted live on social media from the GOES-R launch at Kennedy Space Center. In recognition of her efforts, Cheryl recently received a “FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Award for Awareness to Action, Honorable Mention.”
Cheryl is also a contract instructor for FEMA’s NDPTC (National Disaster Preparedness Training Center) and a recognized NOAA Weather Ready Nation (WRN) Ambassador who speaks at various conferences and events in the U.S. and Canada.
Cheryl received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology with a specialty in Communications from Penn State University. You can follow Cheryl on Facebook and Twitter @CherylNelsonTV
This interview courtesy and sponsored by Cummins Inc. Candace Rose was not compensated by the sponsor for this interview.