[b]Paul Panaikas[/b] is the State Resilience Coordinator/State Yellow Ribbon Coordinator with the RI Army National Guard since 2011/2015. Here, he is responsible for conducting Resilience Training for Master Resilience Trainers, Resilience Trainer Assistants and Soldiers of the Rhode Island Army National Guard. He serves as subject matter expert on resilience and communicates information through the chain of command for The Adjutant General (TAG), while participating on the health promotion task force for the Resilience Campaign Plan.
Additionally, [b]Paul Panaikas[/b] delivers presentations to civilian and military audiences in resilience and risk reduction. He also provides guidance and support to Army National Guard Soldiers and families to overcome adversity, and minimize risky behaviors and suicides. He participates in inspections, staff assistance visits, and special advisory teams, & provides reports and briefings.
Paul has also been serving as the Easton Massachusetts Historical Commissioner since 2014. Here, he conducts and manages architectural historical studies associated with the establishment, conservation, and restoration of the historical sites while adhering to Naval protocol.
[u][b]About Paul Panaikas[/b][/u]
[b]Paul Panaikas[/b] the state Resilience Coordinator/Sate Yellow Ribbon Coordinator for the RI Army National Guard since 2011/2015. He manages, coordinates, as well as conducts resilience training for Master Resilience Trainers, Resilience Trainer Assistants, and Soldiers of Rhode Island Army National Guard. He is the recipient of many awards including NCO of the year, Commandant’s List, and Army Physical Fitness Badge. He is a graduate in Business Management from Fisher College, and has also received his Associates in Science degree from the same college. Paul is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree from Liberty University.