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Chief Jeremy Moore of the Broken Arrow Fire Department is one of among 21 members of the 2016 Fire Service Executive Development Institute (FSEDI) to complete the yearlong program. This is the fourth cohort program sponsored by the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and funded by a grant from Motorola Solutions Foundation.
Chief Moore was selected from over 120 applicants from across the United States and Canada for the scholarship educational experience. He was awarded a scholarship which covered all expenses for attending the program. The Fire Service Executive Development Institute is a year-long leadership development program created and implemented by the IAFC to provide new and aspiring chiefs with the tools they need to have successful and productive tenures.
“It was a great honor to participate in the program; the leadership lessons and the relationships developed with other fire service peers was invaluable,” said Moore. “The FSEDI program has already provided opportunities to our community, that a year ago, would not have been possible. The Broken Arrow Fire Department was selected to participate in a grant funded Labor Management training program as a result of relationships cultivated at FSEDI.”
Moore, who has been in the fire service for over 20 years, became Broken Arrow’s Fire Chief in December 2014. He is one of four designated Chief Fire Officers in the State of Oklahoma. Chief Moore is a member of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, the Oklahoma Fire Chief’s Association and Green Country Chiefs Association.