Red Cross blog: Volunteer serves Red Cross at home and abroad through his high-tech skillset

Over the years, David Sewell has worked for many different Red Cross departments, including a shelter worker and a damage assessment worker. With this history, it is no surprise that he has done about 40 different deployments all across the country. He now has two positions with the Red Cross where he is both the Disaster Services Technology Chief and a member of the international Information Technology and Telecommunications disaster response roster. As part of these assignments, he manages between 40 and 60 volunteers across the western part of the U.S. and puts in roughly three hours per day on Red Cross activities.

You can read my profile of his activities for various Red Cross chapters here.

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