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AAC Staff P R O F I L E S » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » Worker’s Comp Claims Adjuster Denise Glenn My favorite meal: Steak and Baked Potato.

When I’m not working I’m: I am spending time with my family. Usually outdoors- camping, fishing, etc. Te accomplishment of which I am most proud:

My marriage. I have been with my husband for 17 years and we are happy and have a wonderful relationship.

Te hardest thing I have ever done: Watching my grandfather suffer and eventually pass away from Alzheimer’s.

At the top of my bucket list is to: Take a cruise. You might be surprised to learn that: I was

Editorial Editor of my high school newspaper. My pet peeve is: Empty milk cartons (drinks) being put back in the


Motto or favorite quote: Life is what you make it.

Briefly describe your work experience. I have worked in workers’ compensation claims for 12 years. I got my start at Crawford and Company and went on to work at Union

Standard Insurance and CCMSI. How long have you been at AAC and can

you describe your job duties? I have been at AAC for a little over a year. I handle medical only and some lost-time workers compensa- tion claims for the counties.

What do you like most about AAC? I work with an amazing group of people.

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Think Texas: County Solutions and Idea Marketplace is fast approaching Register now for NACo’s Annual Conference, July 19-22, in Tarrant County-Fort Worth, Texas. J.R. Martinez, who suffered severe burns while serving in Iraq, will be a featured General Session speaker. After 33 surgeries and 34 months in recovery, the most recent winner of “Dancing with the Stars” uses his experience to help others. For more information contact Kim Struble at 202.942.4288. Apply for a National County Government Month award Did your county celebrate NCGM? Apply by May 24 for a NCGM

award. Tree counties will receive the top award in the rural, suburban and metropolitan county categories, and three counties will receive sec- ond place awards. Each top-winning county will receive two free NACo conference registrations. Tere is no cost to apply. For more information contact at Jim Philipps · 202.942.4220. Applications available for Annual Conference Poster Session Display your county’s unique programs and initiatives to foster under- standing of how others may incorporate similar ideas in their counties. Te Poster Session at the 2013 NACo County Solutions and Idea Marketplace will feature county success stories, tools and lessons learned in four areas: healthy counties, smart justice, green government and cyber for counties. For more information contact Meghan Levine at 202.942.4279.


FEMA releases new electronic version of Stafford Act Te Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has produced an updated electronic version of the Stafford Act. Tese highlights and new features include all changes to the Stafford Act since 2007 including the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act (SRIA) of 2013. Te Stafford Act constitutes the statutory authority for most federal di-

saster response activities especially as they pertain to FEMA and its pro- grams. Te electronic document has also been optimized for portable tablet devices in an e-booklet form. Some of the formatting features include: n from the Table of Contents, you can click on the statute name or num- ber and jump to the statutory text n from any page with the statutory text, you have two navigation options (in addition to simply scrolling) n click on the words “Stafford Act” at the top, you’ll return to the Table of Contents page n click on the Title number at the top, you’ll be returned to the start of

that Title in the document (i.e., while in Section 408, click “Title IV” and you’ll jump back to Section 401). Tis updated booklet replaces the 2007 report and will only be available

online. To download a copy of the April 2013 booklet, visit library/


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