National Preparedness Month with Monica Sanders

September is National Preparedness Month, and it comes at a time when severe weather events are getting more frequent and severe.  That’s why this is a crucial time to raise awareness about how to prepare for natural disasters and weather emergencies. Learn how a few simple precautions can make a big difference. For instance, start by assembling an emergency ‘go-kit’ with supplies that can help when evacuating or sheltering in place, and stay informed through text alerts from the Red Cross app and local and state-level emergency management organizations.

On September 7th, professor and disaster expert, Monica Sanders is partnering with Clorox to share resources for how to prepare for and clean up after natural disasters and severe storms. Preparedness is extremely important to Sanders, who is also the founder of “The Undivide Project,” an organization dedicated to creating climate resilience in underserved communities via Internet infrastructure and service-centered digital solutions. For more information, visit