FEMA Puerto Rico Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator Job Posting

FEMA is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assume the role of Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator in Puerto Rico. Knowing the RNPN represents a talented pool of expertise, industry knowledge, and commitment to the field, we wanted to ensure the opportunity was communicated with our partner networks.

This role will lead and coordinate the timely delivery of Federal Disaster Recovery assistance to support the commonwealth, local governments, and affected communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The position is a limited term Senior Executive Service (SES) position for a three year period and will be based in San Juan.

To learn more about the requirements, qualifications, and how to apply, please visit the following link.


If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out. We encourage you to share with your networks!



Sarah D. Ice
Program Specialist

Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Office 202-646-3937
Cell 202-320-5577

SPANISH Version of Building Your Roadmap to a Disaster Resilient Future

NHMA is extremely proud and delighted that we have completed the Spanish Language version of Building Your Roadmap To A Disaster Resilient Future! Construya Su Ruta para un Futuro Resiliente ante Desastres

The publication was made possible by the expert subject matter translation dedicated work of Dr, Alessandra Jerolleman, our multi-talented and multilingual former Executive Director and current Board Member and formatting work of Dr. Mila Harrison and Gina Wightman of Wightman Associates, as well as the generous financial contribution of Dr. John Wiener who paid the cost of doing the translation of this 53,000 word document.

Cover of the new Spanish version of the Roadmap


New Information from NFIP ICC (Fema)

NHMA is pleased to share a new Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) checklist from FEMA in response to questions from homeowners following recent storms. The checklist can be found here:

Also available is a list of all ICC documents:

Find even more useful links here: http://nhma.info/resources/useful-links/