Neighborhood Efficiency, Energy Salvation
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This article originally appeared in the March/April 2011
issue of Home Energy Magazine.
March 01, 2011
During his 14-year career with the Salvation Army, Captain Ethan Frizzell has followed the Army’s traditional leadership-development path, moving routinely up the ladder from leadership positions that serve relatively small populations to those serving increasingly larger populations. Since June 2008, he has been in charge of the Greater New Orleans Area Command, which covers six Louisiana parishes. In addition to those duties, Frizzell also inherited responsibility for implementing the final stages of the Salvation Army’s post-Katrina Gulf Coast recovery program, a $150 million effort, with $70 million targeted for the city of New Orleans alone, and more than half of that budgeted for home repair and rebuilding.
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