Helping you prepare for and recover from disasters through strategy, project planning, and grant writing services.
We look at strategy from planning, implementation, and recovery, so the safety of your community is in clear view every step of the way.
Assess and uncover damage and recovery needs at various stages in the recovery process.
Audit, assess, and develop a done for you emergency management program.
"RIC went above and beyond to help us land over six figures in funding to support our recovery initiatives."
Before working with Rebecca Innes Consulting (RIC) we didn’t have a clear way forward from the catastrophic flooding, wildfire, and heat dome events of 2021. RIC helped us identify, assess, and implement a thorough strategy and project plan to help us rebuild our community.
Emergency Operations Center Director / Social Development Coordinator, Coldwater Indian Band
"We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Rebecca Innes Consulting to anyone seeking emergency management services."
The department of emergency preparedness and planning had the sincere pleasure of working with Rebecca on the Treaty 6 Emergency Preparedness Speaker Series. She was professional, knowledgeable, and engaging. Of note, the department found her ability to envision new ways of doing emergency preparedness particularly impressive.
Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations
"I believe that training like RIC provided will be key for all of us."
I believe that in the future, all Economic Developers will have to consider some degree of sustainability. Disasters are arriving faster than our capability to respond. That’s why I believe that training like RIC provided will be key for all of us.
Community Economic Development Officer, RM of La Broquerie
Meet Rebecca Innes, MA, ABCP
Emergency preparedness is about more than strategy and tactics. It’s about building resilience within your community so it can thrive.
For 18 years, Rebecca Innes has been working to improve government response when climate related or man-made disasters strike. Her award-winning experience in both the public and private sectors has reduced disaster risk and improved emergency preparation and recovery in communities across the country.
Learn how the Coldwater Indian Band accessed and secured funding for short, medium, and long-term community recovery projects.
Read about how The Confederacy of Treaty 6 First Nations, educated its member nations on creating a human centered approach for emergency preparedness.
Learn how a community developed a pathway to identify emergency management roles and responsibilities, incident management program structure and more.
Read about how a strategy and project plan enhanced resilience and supported local capacity within a community to prepare for and withstand a disaster.
work with RIC
Making a difference takes knowledge. Drawing on our extensive experience in the public and private sector, we’re able to pinpoint the best solutions for you. You can trust in our expertise to do right by your organization—and your community.