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Sue Brown is the NERT COORDINATOR for Bayview and leads classes on Disaaster preparedness through Eventbrite and Zoom called MAP Your BLOCK.
Born in New Zealand, Sue's early familiarity with the obvious chaos that comes with being the eldest of nine siblings, along with added tempering as a Girl Scout, taught her to 'BE Prepared' from an early stage. Trained as a teacher, she taught in a rural area before leaving for England. Along the way, she also learned and passed on valuable First Aid, CPR, camping skills, and other life-lessons on helping and stepping up for others.
During her career as a teacher and then Vice principal, Sue was actively involved in safety in schools, developing and understanding the protocols for different events, and brought those passions and experiences when moving to the US in 1996.
When moving from San Jose to San Francisco, in 2013, Sue sought to participate in local disaster preparedness, and completed her first NERT( SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team) training. When Anietie Ekanem, the former NERT coordinator asked her to assist, she again stepped up and soon became the new coordinator for the Bayview.
"One of the things they tell you in NERT training is to take care of family and neighbors first.... however at that time that was pretty vague", says Sue.
"When I saw MAP Your BLOCK the city version of MAP Your Neighborhood, I loved it for its clarity, easy 9 steps, and then with confidence I could show up at our NERT Staging area(MLK Park) knowing I had done as much as I could to ensure the safety of my neighbors when 911 services will be unavailable and inreachable during a major disaster."
During Shelter in Place, Sue Brown has trained over 300 participants from all over the city, but only a few from the Bayview. Although she cannot meet in person due to the COVID19 sheltering orders, Sue is using technology to conduct meeting a meeting neighbors in order to communicate the work of Map Your Blosk (MYB3).
" I just love encouraging others to take a leadership role in our community, and doing something positive for mankind especially during this pandemic! "
Join a MAP your BLOCK training and meet your neighbors. Sue will coordinate the meetings for a safe and secure exchange of information.
What is MAP your BLOCK?
An online class (while in Shelter in Place) to learn how your neighbors and you can help each other.
Neighbors helping Neighbors.
Who will you rely on, in the first Golden Hour (60 minutes)
when 911 services who are overwhelmed and unavailable to reach your block in a disaster?
Do you know the first 9 steps to help?
Take the opportunity while the classes are on Zoom. (allow at least 100 minutes)Non- NERTS welcome(friends / family)
Please sign up on Eventbrite to get an invitation.
The organizer will contact participants the night before with details for the zoom sign on
If the classes are full or are not at a convenient time for you, contact the organizer and she will open up more opportunities. Please contact: Sue Brown NERT Bayview Coordinator: Suebrown21@yahoo.com
Featured in this issue is Bayview NERT coordinator and resident, Sue Brown.
The original station, known as South East Station and later as Potrero Station, was built in 1915 to serve the residents of Potrero Hill and Bayview. In 1987, voters approved a bond measure to build a new station at 201 Williams Avenue. Bayview Station opened in February 1997.
In early 2013, a group of Bayview non‐proﬁts, small businesses, faith‐based organizations, universities residents and city agency stakeholders came together to create a vision for the Bayview that ensures the health and well-being for all residents and local agencies in a future that grows richer in stressors and shocks every day. Out of this process, Resilient Bayview was born and over the course of the last few years, the program members worked intensely to create a Resilience Action Plan that inventories the goals and objectives that will guide the group’s efforts to empower local agencies and residents to prepare for and recover from disasters of any size.
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Bayview Hunters Point Mobilization for Adolescent Growth in our Communities (BMAGIC) is a network San Francisco neighborhood-based nonprofit organizations whose mission is to facilitate, coordinate and develop community resources and opportunities that support service providers and community members in Bayview Hunters Point (BVHP).
Our vision is to create and maintain a deeper unified road-map to social change that advances the educational, health, economic, and juvenile justice of disadvantaged youth and their families in Bayview Hunters Point
NERT is a free training program for individuals, neighborhood groups and community-based organizations in San Francisco. Through this program, individuals will learn the basics of personal preparedness and prevention. The training also includes hands-on disaster skills that will help individuals respond to a personal emergency as well as act as members of a neighborhood response team.
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The Potrero Dogpatch Merchants Association promotes and advocates for independent, locally owned businesses while actively supporting both neighborhoods and communities.
This intensive 12-week program provides training, mentorship, peer support and networking to aspiring women entrepreneurs in the Bayview Hunters Point community, including the Alice Griffith and Hunters View public housing facilities.
Women who complete the program are eligible to participate in a pitch contest, “RenTank,” for a cash prize to help launch their businesses.
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The Bayview Steering Committee will focus on Economic Development – specifically to support Third Street commercial corridor businesses and those issues that impact or pertain to economic development including, but not limited to: land use, safety, greening, visual and performing art and beautification.
DBA‘s mission is to foster communication and camaraderie among neighborhood business owners, to promote business vitality in our neighborhood, and to represent the collective interests of our business community in interactions with SF city agencies, the SF Chamber of Commerce and other neighborhood business & merchant associations.
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Your essay is spot on regarding mobile libraries. Check this out https://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/14729-chicago-mobile-makers-introduces-public-school-students-to-architecture Terrific publication; keep up the great work. Sacramento, Ca.
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Awesome letter! Bayview
Good work! Potrero Hill
This is great! Dogpatch
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Awesome, thanks for sharing the link! Bayview resident
This is the talk of gentrifiers! And that's not a compliment. You are blaming the victims. Has it occurred to you that with a couple of wrong turns and some bad luck, you could be struggling to survive however you could. Would you want to be spoken of with the contempt you are speaking here?
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Wow. What a magazine! Lovely to look at, easy to scan, highly informative and and very helpful.
Thank you! Longtime Bayview advocate and Executive Director
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That is a great letter but it is all high minded and vague. It does not address the how, and there is the rub for almost everyone wants to "solve" this problem but there is no consensus on the how to do so. Furthermore, there is no discussion of the underlying problem that will need to be solved for this "homeless" problem to be truly resolved, and that is housing. Bayview resident, business owner and community leader
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What a wealth of history - especially about the shipyard! Hunters Point Hill resident, parent, non-profit director
I am going to be blunt; the letter reads to me like a "not in my backyard" statement.
Bayview native and Community leader
Thank you so much for helping distribute! It will be great for the survey to reach so many recipients. Community Service Representative SF
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We appreciate you sharing this have a great day, Bayview native and parent in IBNA
Unsubscribe please Former Bayview business owner now moved to Marin
Yes, of course you can link to the newsletter and website. Bayview Business owner on Third Street
I may not be able to write a story from scratch for the T-Line Newsletter, but I am happy to help with the editing of the next edition. Bayview resident
The "watch" sounds like a neighborhood safety group. Silver Terrace resident
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