TRAVEL INTELLIGENCE ALERTS & NEWS

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Travel Intelligence Alerts

Real time travel intelligence alerts from around the globe are available to Educational Travel Consortium members via ETC’s partnership with Global Rescue. These alerts are delivered around the clock and cover the globe. The reports cover events related to violence, health, infrastructure, unrest, and environment that could affect your travel plans.

Middlebury College Global Rescue Testimonial

Global Rescue Destination Reports

Destination reports provide valuable information and assessments  related to security and medical risks at a particular destination. Each assessment also includes a security risk rating, a medical risk rating, and an overall risk rating for the destination. Four country reports are available each quarter.

When the Ground Shakes—How Global Rescue Helped a Congregation Stranded in Haiti

Travel Intelligence News

Quarterly newsletters for Educational Travel Consortium members address current topics of international security and concern.

About Global Rescue

Global Rescue provides health, safety and travel risk management services to individuals, enterprises and governments. Their track record has led them to become provider to some of the world’s largest companies, universities and NGOs. They also provide services to government agencies like NASA, where they help the terrestrial crews of the International Space Station with their emergent medical and evacuation needs.

ETC Members’ Go-To Contact at Global Rescue
Chris Palmieri
, Associate Director
cpalmieri@globalrescue.com | Office: +1.617.210.8102 | Cell: 401.241.6488
 

19 years of Executive Management experience
Most recently, 3 years, as an Associate Director at Global Rescue
Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Naval Reserves in 2003
Summa Cum Laude Graduate of Salve Regina University (B.S. in Finance)
Academic All-America nominee while at Salve
Bristol, RI Athletic Hall of Fame inductee in 2010

Chris Palmieri, Associate Director, Global Rescue