Chloe Demrovsky takes over as DRI International president and CEO
- Published: Wednesday, 12 July 2017 14:56
Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI) has announced that executive director Chloe Demrovsky has stepped into the role of president and CEO of DRI, taking over from outgoing President and CEO Al Berman. Chloe started her new role on July 1st, 2017.
“I am confident that DRI international will thrive under the leadership of its new President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky,” said Al Berman. “I have spent the last nine years working beside and watching her grow into this role. Her dedication, innovation and leadership abilities will serve the organization well. I see nothing but a brighter, more engaging and more influential future for DRI International.”
“It’s been quite a journey since I first joined the team at DRI. I wanted to be part of a community that makes a difference and I quickly grew to love the multi-faceted world of resilience. We have built an impressive organization to support our platform for networking and advancement,” said Chloe Demrovsky. “I would be remiss if I didn’t thank our supportive Board of Directors for having the vision to promote from within and for playing so active a role in DRI’s future. I also want to thank my stellar team—none of this is possible without them and I couldn’t wish for better.”
In her previous DRI roles as executive director and before that as the head of international, Chloe designed and implemented DRI’s international market development strategy and managed a global network in over 50 countries. She has appeared on Bloomberg TV, MSNBC and Fox and has served as an expert source for The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, and many more. She has presented at dozens of industry conferences and events on four continents and conducts on-site briefings for government bodies and international organizations as well as for visiting delegations, including the European Commission and the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction. She is a Board Director for the DRI Foundation. She is on the adjunct faculty at New York University and holds a Master’s in International Business from New York University and a Bachelor’s from Bard College at Simon’s Rock.www.drii.org