SHEFFIELD — Mount Everett Regional School graduate Chloe Demrovsky became president and CEO of Disaster Recovery International of New York City, the world's leading business continuity and disaster recovery training organization, on July 1. Demrovsky, who formerly served as DRI International's executive director, replaced outgoing president and CEO Al Berman.In her previous DRI roles as executive director and as head of international, Demrovsky designed and implemented DRI's international market development strategy and managed a global network in over 50 countries. She has presented at dozens of industry conferences and events on four continents and conducts on-site briefings for government bodies and international organizations as well as for visiting delegations, including the European Commission and the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction.Also a board director for the DRI Foundation, Demrovsky is an adjunct faculty member at New York University and holds a master's in international business from NYU and a bachelor's from Bard College at Simon's Rock in Great Barrington.Demrovsky lived in South Egremont while attending high school. She also resided in Great Barrington, Monterey, Alford, Chester and Westfield both during and after college.
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