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Craig Luecke's Overview

Current
  • Vice President - Marketing, Communications & IT at Fairfax 2015 World Police & Fire Games
  • Lead Planning Team Instructor at FEMA
  • Lieutenant at Fairfax County Government
Past
  • Director of Internet Media & Marketing at CBS Radio
Education
  • University of Maryland College Park
Connections

500+ connections

Websites

Craig Luecke's Summary

• Highly experienced with emergency management with over 20 years of disaster response worldwide including Oklahoma City Bombing, 9/11 at the Pentagon, earthquakes in Turkey, Haiti, Taiwan, Iran and others.

• Combining my experience of fast paced disaster, emergency management to the corporate world and online media / marketing.

• Experienced with internet media and marketing either with mass media or event promotions

• Experienced with internet media production and streaming. Internet 24/7 streaming broadcaster for 12 years, audio and video podcasting for 7 years, and static media as well.

Craig Luecke's Experience

Vice President - Marketing, Communications & IT

Fairfax 2015 World Police & Fire Games

 August 2009Present (3 years 2 months)Fairfax County, Virginia

The World Police & Fire Games is the largest multi-sport event in the world second only to the Summer Olympic Games. This vice president, communications role is strategic and has a heavy emphasis on brand management. This role is responsible for managing all communications plan activities and building external relationships with the organization's constituencies, including funders and the media. This vice president implements the company’s Social Media Strategy, developing brand awareness, generating inbound traffic and encouraging product adoption. This role coordinates with others in the organization to support their respective missions, ensuring consistency in voice and cultivating a social media referral network. This vice president's IT role plans and implements additions, deletions and major modifications to the supporting infrastructure company-wide in coordination with corporate leadership. Oversees the implementation of network security at the corporate level. Anticipates future network needs, identifies proactive solutions to satisfy needs.

Lead Planning Team Instructor

FEMA

Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Government Administration industry

June 1999Present (13 years 4 months)

Developer and lead instructor for the FEMA Urban Search & Rescue Planning Manager course. The course is delivered to most every search and rescue team across the States for response natural and man-made disasters. The Task Force Planning Team Manager is responsible for planning aspects of the Task Force during incident operations. The Planning Team Manager supervises the Structures Specialist and Technical Information Specialist. The Planning Team Manager reports directly to the Task Force Leader. The Planning Team Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the planning components of the Task Force Tactical Action Plan; Coordinating, managing, and supervising all planning component activities; Determining the planning component organizational and logistics needs; Receiving briefings and situation reports and ensures that all planning personnel are kept informed of status changes; Providing situation reports and maintaining records and reports.

Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Government Administration industry

January 1987Present (25 years 9 months)Fairfax County, Virginia

Fire Lieutenant positions typically function as first-line, unit supervisors in fire suppression, full performance-level advanced life support providers in Emergency Medical Services, or lead
workers over specialized positions in a broad technical area (e.g., fire investigation).

Director of Internet Media & Marketing

CBS Radio

Public Company; 10,001+ employees; Entertainment industry

December 2004November 2005 (1 year)

Internet media, podcasting, web design, graphics, and web management for radio stations WLZL, WJFK, WPGC and WARW in the Washington, D.C. cluster. Worked with internet media related to Redskins broadcasts while under WJFK.