Michelle "Chelle" Mellecker lives with her family in Callahan and plays a crucial role in Nassau's Emergency Management Program. She is responsible for monitoring the EM Program's budget, tracking expenses, and producing regulatory reports for programmatic contracts and grants. Chelle helps Nassau residents enroll in the Statewide Special Needs Registry and keeps the database up-to-date to ensure provisions are in place for those who need help getting to public shelters during evacuations or are medically dependent on electricity in evacuation shelters. She also reviews emergency plans for the County's Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Facilities to verify compliance with State requirements each year.
Chelle worked for the County for six years before joining NCEM. Her fiscal experience was honed during her eight years as a Florida Realtor specializing in First-Time Buyer Programs, and six years as a Banking Center Manager in Arizona where she was licensed to assist clients with Mutual Funds and Retirement Planning.
Having recently completed the training required for FEMA's Professional Development recognition, Chelle is now working to complete the Advanced Professional Series of FEMA courses and FEPA certification as a Florida Associate Emergency Manager.