The IEVPC is headquartered in Orlando, Florida. It operates
world wide through the branch offices of its associates scientists and contractors. Once its CGE Monitoring and Warning System
(CMWS) is deployed, the IEVPC will establish on site facilities at high threat areas providing advanced notification of CGE
of Directors (BOD) for the IEVPC was recently established along with the registration of the IEVPC in the State of Florida.
This BOD is expected to expand during the next few months as the response to invitations to join the BOD are processed. Membership
on the board is expected to consist of a broad representation of leaders from a variety of fields and international backgrounds.
This includes members from the media, government, technology management, aerospace, finance, etc., that may provide
a wide range of expertise to aid the IEVPC in the accomplishment of its Mission.
Mr. John L. Casey. IEVPC Co-Founder and Chairman. Mr. Casey is also President of the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), a leading climate
science research organization. Mr. Casey is a former White House space program advisor, NASA Headquarters and Congressional
Consultant and space shuttle engineer. He is a leading researcher on the science of solar activity cycles and their impacts
on climate change and associated catastrophic geophysical events (CGE), including earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions,
and is the author of the widely acclaimed climate science book “Cold Sun.”
Dr. Dong Choi. IEVPC Co-Founder and Director of Research. He holds a
PhD in Geology from Hokkaido University, Japan. He is a specialist in global tectonics and is the Editor-in-Chief
of the New Concepts in Global Tectonics (NCGT) Newsletter. Australia. He is also Director of Raax Australia Pty Ltd. a geo-engineering
company in Canberra, Australia.