Trevor Murphy Voted Chair of the DRI Commission
DRI International is proud to announce Trevor Murphy, CBCP, as DRI Commission Chair. Consisting of volunteers with expertise in business continuity and other resilience disciplines, the Commission is responsible for creation and development of the credentialing process for Certified Professionals.
“I am honored to be voted in as the new DRI Commission Chair,” said Murphy. “My relationship with DRI started in 2009 and quickly developed into becoming an instructor for DRI Malaysia. I hope I can bring my regional and global experience to bear, having worked within the commission for several years already. Seeing the dedicated work the commission does, I am looking forward to my tenure.”
“Trevor has been a longtime friend and supporter of DRI as a Certified Professional, an instructor, and a commissioner,” said Chloe Demrovsky, DRI President and CEO. “We are pleased to welcome him into his new role as Chair of the Commission where he will help us continually improve the execution of our certification programs. On a personal note, I have known and worked with Trevor for about a decade and trust that he will bring his customary passion, warmth, and grit to this project as he always does to the challenge at hand.”
Murphy is a published and award-winning senior resilience professional with substantial regional and global experience in program strategy development, initiation, and management. Spanning across investment banking, electronic money institutions, and the aviation industry, his knowledge is based on the cornerstones for any business/operational resilience program: operational risk management, business continuity management and crisis management. His in-depth knowledge has built programs from the ground up, while gaining leadership support for industry leading program development.
Murphy is a subject matter expert in risk management, operational/business resilience, and contingency management, and has extensive knowledge in public health event (pandemic) planning. He is a longstanding DRI instructor and teaches courses across Asia and the Gulf Cooperation Council. Lastly, he is extremely versatile in regulatory environments with regards to Asia Pacific, Europe, the U.S., and the United Arab Emirates.