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Angela Blanchard, President and CEO of Houston-based community service non-profit BakerRipley, spoke with GoLocal LIVE on Monday to provide an update from Texas, in the wake of Hurricane Harvey -- and the historic rain and flooding that has ensued.
Blanchard, who is a globally recognized expert practitioner in community development and disaster recovery, appeared with GoLocal CEO Josh Fenton about the current situation in Texas -- and lessons for other communities to consider in the face of disaster.
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