CABS Spotlights FEMA Word Processor Shannon Cool

Shannon Cool, Word Processor II, supporting Chenega Analytic Business Solutions’ (CABS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) contract, is being recognized for her outstanding customer support. Shannon has been a part of FEMA’s ecosystem since 1998! She began working as a Word Processor for CABS in 2005 and hasn’t looked back since!

Roxanne Falconer, Emergency Management Institute Program Manager, mentions her admiration for Shannon’s work performance; “Shannon is attentive to customer needs, often fills in for last minute requirements, and has recently cross-trained to support the influx of webinars. She is a team player who will help anyone in need!” Shannon mentions that she is extremely thankful for her internal team, their ability to support customer demands, and their constant support of her work. Shannon is grateful for her journey with CABS thus far and looks forward to learning more aspects of the job; “I’ve learned and accomplished many things over the years working on this contract, but most recently, I’ve been excited to learn more about the Adobe Connect Program, in support of the massive increase of virtual courses.”

When she is off work, Shannon enjoys traveling, attending sporting events, coaching, and volunteering at fundraisers for the Emmitsburg Vigilant Hose Company Auxiliary, Emmitsburg Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #6658 Auxiliary, the Thurmont Ambulance Company, and Team Cool’s Legacy.“I like to be involved with the community as much as possible. Cool’s Legacy is very special to me, as it raises funds to support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) and walks as a group in the Frederick, Maryland “Out of the Darkness” Community Walk in memory of my brother Richard Cool Jr.”

The CABS team is extremely thankful to have Shannon on their team. Shannon lights every room she’s present in. Her positive attitude is admirable; thank you, Shannon, for your drive and dedication to support others.