Kathleen Koch and her knowledge was a Mother’s Day gift to myself and our community. Meeting her and learning from her experience through natural disasters has been such a wonderful transformational tool in my life and also in the life and businesses of my NJ communities.
Kathleen Koch, author and former CNN correspondent is the founder of a project linking mayors after disaster to share lessons learned and speed recovery. A Bay St’ Louis, MS native, Koch has dedicated herself to supporting survivors of natural disasters since Katrina. She is the author of “Rising from Katrina: How My Mississippi Hometown Lost It All and Found What Mattered” . She was sent to Japan by the U.S. State Department in March of this year to deliver her message of Resiliency and Words of Hope to the survivors of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami of the second anniversary of that catastrophic event.
This is the letter she wrote to us here after Superstorm Sandy hit our area.
Please listen to an interview I did with her after the Mayors Conference that really made a difference in our community.
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Listen to “Live with Laura” Radio episode for more – Sandy Remembered
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