The need for Expect the Unexpected was highlighted by a group of educators, students and community members who over the past 5 years have been leading a community disaster preparedness simulation. In 2014, Expect the Unexpected was launched as the central personal preparedness education curriculum and recently it was redeployed for Bounce Day 2015. I played a role in the simulation design this year as a writer for the actors back stories and in managing props for the day. On the day of the event I was the simulation controller for the Acting corps (director of actors) It was a ton of fun! Oh and did I mention that the event uses the Zombie Apocalypse to allow for a combined mass casualty and infectious disease scenario. Nom! (In the picture, I’m the one with the hat standing in the back left corner.)
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And Check out more about Bounce Day at the link below!