Storm Petrel LLC
We improve the lives of the American public by assuring immediate, effective, responsible management of emergency funds.
All Disasters are Local
It’s obvious that we need to allocate the emergency funds to address the coronavirus pandemic but it’s irresponsible to do so without also providing the means to administer funds effectively at the Federal level. In a typical year, 75% of funds recipients, usually local governments and local non-profits, fail to follow federal laws pertaining to the Stafford Act. That’s a typical year. We’re heading into a situation where local governments and non-profits, like everyone else, will have the additional burden of reduced administrative capacity.
It is about ALL of US!
Ineffective management robs you of funds designated for tests, equipment, food and water, medical supplies, personal protection gear, economic assistance, even healthcare providers. That means more deaths, more illness, more uncertainty and instability.
Money without support is not a solution. Funding the response to a disaster requires more. It requires effort, heart, tools, and hands.
Funds for Testing
AND perfect accounting of each dollar we spend
Funds for Equipment
AND a clear visual guidence and score cards on procurement.
AND use tools to Prevent problems instead of punishing.
Funds for Staffing
AND a easy-to-follow process for using Emergency Funds to pay for health care providers and others
There are only two firms in the U.S. with this specific relief funds management experience and an immediately available COTS product to perform the task. Only one of them, Storm Petrel, is a pre-approved federal government vendor on the GSA Schedule, simplifying procurement. Furthermore, its founder is not only a certified emergency manager, she is also a former EMS chief, critical care paramedic and biologist. Storm Petrel is the only firm (of the two available) with leadership that has hands-on expertise in responding to healthcare crises versus weather-based disaster responses and understands the dramatic differences in the responses required. Storm Petrel’s tool, Tempest-GEMS, is also the only tool that was designed to perform grant execution versus simply administration.
Decades of experience with public health, management of emergency funds, software design & development, and business management
Christina Moore has served as a critical care paramedic, EMS chief, and EMT since the 1980s. Additionally, she has worked for US Public Health Service and numerous hospitals in Alaska.
She understands public health from the street level.
Christina has deployed to NYC, Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida, Connecticut, and Vermont as an expert in the management of federal grant programs.
Designed Tempest-GEMS to prevent to overwhelm she fells with federal grants.
Software designer and developer with 3 decades of experience with enterprise-class applications. Successfully executed projects with state governments, U.S. Army, Cisco System, FedEx, CapitalOne, US Public Health, and others
Coordinating a business and technical team across multiple disciplines, languages, time zones, and objectives.