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Two new Members for EENA’s Governing Board

March 2021: The European Emergency Number Association (EENA), an NGO whose mission is helping to improve people’s safety and security, has announced that Kaili Tamm and Emily Hough will join President Demetrios Pyrros and Vice Presidents Dieter Nuessler and Mladen Vratonjic on its Governing Board. Vratonjic is also a Member of the CRJ’s Advisory Panel.

Kaili Tamm is an adviser on 112 issues at the Estonian Ministry of the Interior.

Kaili has participated in EENA’s work since 2009 and is currently vice-chair of the EENA Tech and Ops Committee. Previously, Kaili spent more than a decade in the Estonian Emergency Response Centre, during which she became the Head of the National and International Co-operation Section. She played a large part in Estonia becoming the first country in the world to fully implement Advanced Mobile Location (AML) and also contributed to Estonia being among the first countries to adopt 112 as its single emergency number.
Emily Hough is Director at Crisis Management Limited and Editor in Chief of Crisis Response Journal, which she launched 17 years ago. She works both in print and online, specialising in international publishing, events and conferences, mainly in the fields of emergency services, disaster, resilience, crisis management and security. Emily has founded and organised high-level conferences and seminars in the resilience and response field, identifying global trends and anticipating future hazard scenarios. She has chaired, spoken at, moderated, acted as rapporteur and helped to curate numerous international events. She has edited and published various books within the emergency response, management and analysis sectors. Before launching CRJ, Emily worked in publishing and events within the Fire and Rescue sector, reporting on fire service and humanitarian activities from around the world.
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