Beverly Maltsberger

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Beverly Maltsberger, Ed.S.

Beverly Maltsberger, Extension Professional and Community Development Specialist, serves on the State Extension Community Emergency Management Program Leadership Team in Missouri, and is an EDEN delegate for Missouri.  Beverly co-chairs the EDEN Flood NEIL, is a member of the EDEN Drought NEIL, is co-chair of the EDEN Community Development PAWG and participates in the “Ask an Expert” response for eXtension.  She helped develop and launch the Missouri Flood Info Facebook page which served as the major social network site for information during the MO River Flood of 2011; and the MO DroughtInfo Facebook page in 2012.

She has been instrumental in developing many MU publications addressing disaster preparedness and recovery, leadership development, and water quality education. She has developed and taught faculty trainings as well as providing support for other Extension colleagues across the state and nation.  She serves as the Northwest Region CEMP team leader and has worked with local leaders to strengthen disaster preparedness efforts across the region. She is a member of the local Emergency Planning Committee and is providing leadership for developing Long Term Recovery Committees in northwest MO.  She is a member of the state Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster committee and the state Faith Based Partnership.

She is a member of several professional organizations and has made numerous presentations at national meetings. 

Phone: 816-279-1691

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