The Georgia Chapters of APCO and NENA are proud to host the 2023 Fall Training Workshop on September 6 – 8, 2023. Join us at Villas by the Sea in Jekyll Island for a great training and networking opportunity in a relaxing environment.
Registration is only $75.00 for the entire Workshop! Day passes are available for $35. POST credit will be available for those who are POST certified.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Guests must call (1-800-841-6262) the hotel to make their reservations. Please mention Group Code “GECC” when making the reservation for the group rate.
Rates: Studio ($139), One-Bedroom ($159), Two-Bedroom ($199), and Three-Bedroom ($229) villas available. There is an upcharge of $10-$20 for oceanfront villas.
Call for Papers Open! Please click here to submit your session for consideration.
The Georgia Emergency Communications Conference Planning Committee is extremely honored to announce that Hank Hunt has been selected as the Keynote Speaker for the 2022 conference!
Henry E. (Hank) Hunt grew up in the central Arkansas area for the first 10 years of his life then the family moved to Austin, Texas in 1972. A big move but one that would make him a Texan forever!
Growing up and graduating he married his high school sweetheart and they had two beautiful little girls, Kari and Cori. As happens, Hank and his wife drifted apart and that marriage ended in divorce.
The single father life afforded Hank time with his daughters he never experienced before but, the household needed stability, and darn that lovebug, along came DaLonna (DJ). They married in 1994 and with her two daughters, Loni and Laura, they became the Huntske Bunch!
Through teen years, college years, and adulthood Hank was thrown curveballs by 4 girls that will forever try to figure out how he knew what he knew.
Today, he enjoys his small horse ranch in East Texas with horses, dogs, cats, chickens, and goats along with his wife D.J. whom without, he would just be lost.
Hank never thought he would be thrust into the world of 911 but 8 years ago he made a promise to a 9-year-old little girl that
he would fix the problem that prevented her from reaching help that her mother so desperately needed.
The Training Committee for the Georgia Emergency Communications Conference has opened the call for papers for our spring event to be held February 28 thru March 4th in Athens, Georgia. If you are interested in presenting at the GECC please submit your presentation at the following link: