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Appendix C: Panelist Bios
Pages 31-36

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... Michelle Annette Meyer, Ph.D., is the Director of the Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center and Associate Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning at Texas A&M University. She received a BA in Sociology from Murray State University and a Ph.D.
From page 32...
... Daniel Aldrich is an award-winning author and has published five books including Building Resilience and Black Wave, more than 60 peer-reviewed articles, and written op-eds for The New York Times, CNN, HuffPost, and many other media outlets. He has spent more than 5 years in India, Japan, and Africa carrying out fieldwork and his work has been funded by the Fulbright Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Abe Foundation, and the Japan Foundation, among other institutions.
From page 33...
... Ms. Shea serves on the national board of Clean Water Action, is a member of the state board of Texas Campaign for the Environment, and is a former member of the Austin Chamber of Commerce Clean Energy Council.
From page 34...
... During deployments, she has led interagency teams of federal communicators to establish and maintain effective working relationships with federal and state agencies, the media, community leaders, the private sector, non-governmental and non-profit organizations, political leaders, Congressional members, military components, academia, and the public. In 2012, she led the federal Joint Information Center in New York City after Superstorm Sandy, and most recently, ESF-15 External Affairs for FEMA's 2021 COVID-19 operation.
From page 35...
... Dearborn Coryell worked in field operations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency's ESF–14 Long-Term Community Recovery program and was deployed to disaster sites in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. She was previously the director of the Philadelphia Regional Fund, a capital grant program for community-serving houses of worship eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
From page 36...
... Ms. Dearborn Coryell graduated from Bard College with a Bachelor's in art history and from Cornell University's city and regional planning program with a Master's in historic preservation planning.

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