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12 Sep. 2011 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Played a Key Role in 9/11 Response

A small Milwaukee company played a big role in the crisis communications following the 9/11 terrorist attacks 10 years ago.

FEI Behavioral Health, 11700 W. Lake Park Drive in Milwaukee, was founded in 1979 to handle crisis communications and employee assistance programs for other companies. Most of FEI’s 35 employees have at least a master’s level degree in a behavioral health field, said Vivian Marinelli, senior director of crisis management services.

8 Sep. 2011 Posted by ameulendyke

Second Service for Peter Goldberg on Oct 16th, 2011 in Washington D.C.

Families International, the Alliance for Children and Families, United Neighborhood Centers of America, Ways to Work, and FEI Behavioral Health will hold a memorial service to celebrate the life of the late Peter Goldberg, our leader and friend, on Sunday, October 16th, at 6:30–7:30 p.m. EDT.

15 Aug. 2011 Posted by ehinz

Nonprofit Leader Peter Goldberg of Families International Dies Unexpectedly

Today we mourn the loss of a profound leader in the non-profit community.

On Friday August 12th, Peter Goldberg, President and CEO of Families International died unexpectedly while on vacation in Maine.  Families International is the non-profit parent company of FEI Behavioral Health. Our hearts go out to his family and our colleagues/friends at our sister companies the Alliance for Children and Families, United Neighborhood Centers of America and Ways to Work. Peter's expertise, passion and devotion for his work will have a lasting impact for years to come.

15 Aug. 2011 Posted by ehinz

A crisis preparedness e-book Presented by FEI Crisis Management

Keys to Organizational Resilience - The Value of Being Prepared

With the pace of business accelerating to an ever-more frantic pace, it is often too easy to set aside concerns about preparing your organization for a crisis. 

Yet, the headlines make it clear that “It Can Happen Here.” A wide spectrum of events can disrupt your ability to conduct business and put your staff at risk. 

Even the most basic levels of preparedness can help your organization get back on its feet, minimizing the debilitating long-term effects of a crisis. 

10 Aug. 2011 Posted by ehinz

FEI Featured in eSchool News Publication

How Social Media Can Aid During A Crisis

All it takes is a quick read of the headlines to recognize the added stress on educators and students as they deal with the potential for violence. Today’s news contains a rising number of stories about disruption at our schools—from altercations between staff or students to disastrous events like shootings. It’s important for school leaders to understand basic crisis management principles—and how social media might play a role in the event of a crisis, for better or worse. Here are some tips to keep in mind.

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