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11/28/2017 Leadership

Development Plan
County Commissioner

Calli Swarts
INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE
Table of Contents
Part I Historical Data & Research: Section A
Table of Contents
A. Executive Summary
B. Hurricane Irma
C. Problem & Solutions
D. Pictorial
E. County Directory
F. Stakeholders
Part II Historical Data & Research: Section B
G. Directory of Organizations
H. Survey & Results
I. Costs
J. Grants
K. Interview a Decision-Maker
L. Resources
Part II Reporting
M. YouTube video
N. Blog
O. Word Cloud
P. Conclusion
Part IV Career Related
Q. Community benefit/event Use page to Recruit friends to join you
R. Functional Resume
S. Industry Organizations Directory

T. 5-7 potential employment sites for you


A. Executive Summary
My goal is to be an effective leader in the county and develop a strategic plan to ensure the safety of citizens
during natural disasters where flooding may be a problem. Currently, I am working on gathering information
regarding Hurricane Irma to asses our strategy at the moment.
B. Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma was first detected August 30, 2017 and her path continued until September 12, 2017
(Weather Underground). Hurricane Irma is recorded as one of the strongest storms in history and was
considered a Category 5 storm for 3 consecutive days (Aisch, Pearce, Yourish).

Details for Indian River County (TC Palm):


14.14 inches of rain
Highest wind gust measured at 63 mph
Highest sustained winds measured at 40 mph
58, 247 customers with power outages (as of Monday September 11th)
0 deaths
Minimal beach erosion
Most flooding seen in Vero Lake Estates and Fellsmere
Storm surge unknown
C. Problems & Solutions
There are many things that can help the problem of flooding after storms. The Netherlands has some great
ideas for solutions to the problem of flooding. For example, they have built floodgates to keep out water that
they can shut in the case of a disaster (attn:). They even use public parks for emergency reservoirs and have
floating houses (attn:). While it can be very expensive, the structures last for 100 years, and ends up being
less expensive in the long run (attn:). I think Indian River County, and America as a whole should follow the
Netherlands initiative to be proactive in preventing floods and flooding damage.

[Dutch Flood Control]. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2017, from http://www.uh.edu/engines/2850-dw1.jpg

[Delta Works Storm Surge]. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2017, from
https://i.pinimg.com/736x/7c/91/30/7c91300a2eecba373e0e5deba48a7297--delta-works-storm-surge.jpg
D. Pictoral

Figure 1

Figure 2

Dove, P. (2017, September 10). Flamingo Pool Toy Found Blowing Around Vero Beach [Digital image].
Retrieved October 6, 2017, from http://www.tcpalm.com/story/weather/hurricanes/2017/09/10/fast-facts-
what-you-need-know-indian-river-county/650986001/
1. Pictoral CONTINUED

Figure 3

Figure 4

Dove, P. (2017, September 10). Indian River Begins Recovery From Hurricane Irma [Digital image]. Retrieved
October 6, 2017, from http://www.tcpalm.com/picture-gallery/news/local/indian-river-
county/2017/09/11/indian-river-begins-recovery-from-hurricane-irma/105504406/
E. County Directory

Board of County Commissioners:

Susan Joseph E. Tim Peter D. Bob


Adams Flescher Zorc O'Bryan Solari
Commissioner Chairman Commissioner Vice-Chairman Commissioner
District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5
(772) 226-1442 (772) 226-1919 (772) 226-1919 (772) 226-1440 (772) 226-1438
F. Stakeholders
Stakeholders include: Indian River County, City of Vero Beach, City of Sebastian, City of Fellsmere, Florida
Power and Light, Indian River County Sherriffs Department, Indian River Medical Center, Sebastian River
Medical Center, Treasure Coast Community Health, Indian River County Fire Rescue, Indian River State
College, FEMA.
G. Directory of Organizations
Indian River County Public Works: (772) 226-1283

Public Works (Stormwater): (772) 226-1562

Florida Power and Light (Power Outage): -800-4-OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243)

Indian River County Sherriffs Department: Sheriff Deryl Loar, 772) 569-6700

Indian River Medical Center: (772) 567-4311

Sebastian River Medical Center: (772) 589-3186

Treasure Coast Community Health: 772-257-8224

Emergency Operations Center : (772) 567-2154 MAP

Indian River State College: President Edwin R. Massey Ph.D, (772) 462-IRSC (4772) or

Toll free at (866) 792-IRSC (4772)

FEMA: 1 (800) 621-3362


H. Survey and Results

Survey:
https://cjswarts.weebly.com/survey.html
Results:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-3282NN7C8/
I. Costs
While I was unable to find a breakdown of costs for specific sources/aspects of the damage, I
was able to find a few different accounts of what the damages incurred from Hurricane Irma
may be.
Accuweather estimated damages from the wind, flooding, and ocean to be
approximately $100 billion (Accuweather).
Accuweather listed some sources from which the cost of damage was estimated:
business disruptions, unemployment, transportation/infrastructure damages, farming
damages/loss of crops, increased cost of fuel, damages to homes and other personal
belongs/valuables (Accuweather).
FPL just announced Thursday, October 26, that they plan to recover 1.3 billion dollars in
costs incurred through Hurricane Irma by adding a few dollars onto monthly bills
(Saunders, 2017).
Vox reports varying cost due to damages from Hurricane Irma ranging from 50 to 100
billion (Irfan, 2017).
Vox also stated that storms are becoming more and more expensive due to climate
change (Irfan, 2017).
Surprisingly, less than 18% of Floridians carry flood insurance, so it seems that taxpayers
will bear most of the costs due to the storm (Irfan. 2017).

Figure 5 The Costliest Hurricanes (Irfan, 2017)


J. Grants
Business Disaster Loans for all businesses (regardless of size and type); offers up to $2 million
dollars to borrow to repair/replace damages and losses. Apply online at DisasterAssistance.gov or
call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362)

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center facilities and offices that assist in answering questions and
offer information about other programs. To find the closest DRC, visit at DisasterAssistance.gov
and use the DRC Locator.

FEMA Individuals and Households Program Housing Assistance helps people affected by
disasters by providing temporary housing, repairs to homes damaged in the storm, and housing
construction. Conditions do apply for application. Apply online at DisasterAssistance.gov or by
phone, 1-800-621-FEMA (3362).

FEMA Individuals and Households Program Other Needs Assistance provides assistance in
the form of money for needs and expenses not related to housing including childcare, medical
expenses, personal property, funeral costs, transportation. Conditions and limitations apply for
application. Apply online at DisasterAssistance.gov or call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362).
Food for Florida offers emergency food assistance for those affected by disasters. Also known
as D-SNAP. Application time is limited and conditions apply. Benefits are applied to a EBT card.
Pre-register online and apply in person.
Home and Property Disaster Loans The SBA offers assistance to homeowners and renters up
to $200,000. Assistance is not limited to business owners. You may also borrow up to $40,000
for damages to personal property. Apply online at DisasterAssistance.gov or call 1-800-621-FEMA
(3362).
Assistance by Category. (2016, November 01). Retrieved October 27, 2017, from
https://www.disasterassistance.gov/get-assistance/assistance-by-category

WPTV (n.d.). [Long LIne for Food Assistance]. Retrieved October 27, 2017, from
http://media2.wptv.com/photo/2017/10/21/poster_051c616465fb481c938b6fcbad1b0809_69
414621_ver1.0_640_480.jpg
K. Interview a Decision-Maker
Maria Sparsis, local small business owner Tea and Chi
www.teaandchi.com


How did Hurricane Irma impact your business? We lost a few days of
revenue while people were preparing for the hurricane and we had reduced
revenue after, while people were dealing with the aftermath. We sustained no
physical damage/loss.

Is there anything you would do differently to prepare next time in the event
of another hurricane? We always watch and prepare as best we can. Thats all
we can do.

What advice would you give to other business owners preparing for their
first hurricane experience? Make sure your business is insured, before
hurricane season, and then do everything you can to prepare for the storm.
Everything, except for life, can be replaced. Stay safe.

Is there anything county commissioners can do better in preparation for a


hurricane or in the aftermath that you would find advantageous? County
commissioners should be supporting small businesses year round.
L. Resources
Gregor Aisch, Adam Pearce And Karen Yourish. (2017, September 09). Hurricane Irma Is One of the Strongest
Storms In History. Retrieved October 21, 2017, from
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/09/09/us/hurricane-irma-records.html
Report, S. (2017, September 11). Indian River County had minimal flooding, damage from Hurricane Irma.
Retrieved October 21, 2017, from http://www.tcpalm.com/story/weather/hurricanes/2017/09/11/indian-
river-county-eoc-crews-assessing-damages/646494001/
Santucci, J. (2017, September 10). Fast Facts: What you need to know in Indian River County. Retrieved
October 21, 2017, from http://www.tcpalm.com/story/weather/hurricanes/2017/09/10/fast-facts-what-you-
need-know-indian-river-county/650986001/
K. (2017, September 11). Indian River begins recovery from Hurricane Irma. Retrieved October 21, 2017, from
http://www.tcpalm.com/picture-gallery/news/local/indian-river-county/2017/09/11/indian-river-begins-
recovery-from-hurricane-irma/105504406/?from=global&sessionKey=&autologin=
ATTN: Video (Producer). (2017, September). Flood Prevention in America vs. Flood Prevention in the
Netherlands [Video file]. Retrieved October 21, 2017, from
https://www.facebook.com/ATTNVideo/videos/1754599344845019/
Report, S. (2017, September 11). Indian River County had minimal flooding, damage from Hurricane Irma.
Retrieved October 21, 2017, from http://www.tcpalm.com/story/weather/hurricanes/2017/09/11/indian-
river-county-eoc-crews-assessing-damages/646494001/
AccuWeather predicts economic cost of Harvey, Irma to be $290 billion. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2017,
from https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/accuweather-predicts-economic-cost-of-harvey-
irma-to-be-290-billion/70002686
Saunders, J. (2017, October 26). FPL to seek $1.3 billion in Hurricane Irma costs. Retrieved October 27, 2017,
from http://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/2017/10/26/fpl-seek-1-3-billion-hurricane-irma-
costs/803305001/
Irfan, U. (2017, September 18). The stunning price tags for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, explained. Retrieved
October 27, 2017, from https://www.vox.com/explainers/2017/9/18/16314440/disasters-are-getting-more-
expensive-harvey-irma-insurance-climate
[Dutch Flood Control]. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2017, from http://www.uh.edu/engines/2850-dw1.jpg
[Delta Works Storm Surge]. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2017, from
https://i.pinimg.com/736x/7c/91/30/7c91300a2eecba373e0e5deba48a7297--delta-works-storm-surge.jpg
Assistance by Category. (2016, November 01). Retrieved October 27, 2017, from
https://www.disasterassistance.gov/get-assistance/assistance-by-category
WPTV (n.d.). [Long LIne for Food Assistance]. Retrieved October 27, 2017, from
http://media2.wptv.com/photo/2017/10/21/poster_051c616465fb481c938b6fcbad1b0809_69414621_ver1.
0_640_480.jpg
M. YouTube Video

Pow Toon:
https://www.powtoon.com/c/bgpqQZ8WX5o/1/m
N. Blog
Blog:
https://cjswarts.weebly.com/blog
O. Word Cloud
P. Conclusion

Please view my Prezi via this link:


https://prezi.com/view/WedlieiXVveTqE24WrSY/
Q. Community Event/Benefit
R. Functional Resume

Calli Swarts, Licensed Esthetician


swartscj@mail.irsc.edu I (772)643-2294

Objective Licensed esthetician with over 4 years experience in the industry and a
passion for helping others achieve heathy skin.

Education Cosmetology Specialist: Facials


Indian River State College, Florida
2013

Associate of Arts: Business Administration


Indian River State College, Florida
2013 2015

Bachelors of Science: Business Administration


Indian River State College, Florida
2017- Present

Skills Expertise in basic and advanced modalities and treatments


including chemical and physical resurfacing, LED therapy, and
facial massage.
Experience in a high-volume facility preforming up to 8
clients/treatments daily.

Familiarity with over 10 different professional skin care product


lines.

Confident in sales, reaching over a $2,500 monthly goal.

Work History White Orchid Spa


Esthetician/Makeup Artist

Performs up to 8 esthetic services per day.

Makes professional recommendations for treatments and products


from 3 quality skincare lines.

Adheres to monthly sales and service goals.

The Anti-Aging Boutique


Esthetician/Operations Coordinator
Preforms skincare services and treatments.

Runs front desk/retail operations.

Does inventory and ordering for over 10 product lines/companies

In charge of social media and blogging.

Other Deans List: Spring 2014


S. Industry Organizations Directory
1. Associated Skin Care Professionals: https://www.ascpskincare.com/; The nations largest association
for skin care professionals.
2. Aesthetic International Association: http://www.aestheticsassociation.com/; The first American
aesthetics association.
3. National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers/Distributers & Associations: http://www.ncea.tv/;
Mission is to define the standards of practice for estheticians by certifying and continuing education.
4. Esthetics Association Florida: http://estheticsassociation.com/; offers many continuing education
classes.
5. International Dermal Institute: http://www.dermalinstitute.com/us/; offers skin therapists the
opportunity for education and professional excellence.
6. International Association for Aesthetics: http://iaaesthetics.org/; Gives international recognition to the
field of esthetics.
7. International Society for Oncology Esthetics: http://isfoe.org/; Promotes and spreads awareness about
oncology esthetics.
8. American Acne and Rosacea Society: https://acneandrosacea.org/; Promotes and provides support for
information regarding acne and rosacea.
9. National Rosacea Society: https://www.rosacea.org/; Raises awareness and provides
information/research about rosacea.
10. CIDESCO: http://cidesco.com/; The worlds major international beauty therapy association.