Bio: Brandon Greenberg, PhD(c), MPA, CEM has over 15 years of interdisciplinary experience helping clients plan for and operate in complex, dynamic and uncertain environments. This experience includes supporting Federal, State, local and private sector clients with research, policy development, and strategy for resilience as well as information sharing and use of technology in response operations. Mr. Greenberg holds a Master of Public Administration from New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service and is currently a Systems Engineering PhD Candidate at The George Washington University where he researches ways to improve information management and sharing in disasters. 

He supported National Level Exercise 2009, the National Exercise Program, the Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program, and the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program. In 2005, while working as an EMT, he was deployed with a Federal Disaster Medical Assistance Team to treat survivors of Hurricane Katrina. 

He is the former Co-Chair of the DHS Science & Technology Virtual Social Media Working Group (VSMWG) and member of Operation Dragon Fire (ODF), a high-level public-private initiative led by the CDC to provide better information in disasters. He can be found blogging at and tweeting @DisasterNet. He also runs a weekly newsletter that highlights innovative ways information and technology are being leveraged for disasters and resilience.    

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For my resume, please see my LinkedIn Profile.

Curriculum Vitae


  • Logistics Management Institute (LMI), Solutions Architecture, Principal, 2019-Present

  • DisasterNet, Inc., Disaster Management Information and Technology Consulting, President/Founder, 2010-Present

  • G&H International Services, Inc., Information and Technology for Emergency Management, Senior Consultant/Project Manger, 2017-2018

  • George Washington University, Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management, Doctoral Research, 2013-2016

  • ICF International, Emergency Management/Homeland Security, Consultant, 2007-2010

  • United Nations, Business Continuity Management Unit, Graduate Intern, Summer 2012

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Disaster Medical System, Disaster Medical Assistance Team, EMT, 2004-Present

  • Denver Health Hospital, Paramedic Division, EMT, 2006-2007


  • PhD - George Washington University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Engineering Management - Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management, 2013-Present

  • MPA - New York University, Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, 2013

  • Graduate Certificate - University of North Caroline at Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Public Health, Community Preparedness and Disaster Management, 2010

  • BSBA - University of Denver, Daniels College of Business, Business Management and Leadership, 2005


  • Information Exchange in Disaster Response: Responder Behavior and the Effects of Organizational Design (In Progress)


  • Operation Dragon Fire, Governance Committee

  • DHS Virtual Social Media Working Group, Former Co-Chair and Member

  • IAEM Emerging Technology Caucus, Former Member

TEchnical REports



  • Social Media: From Concept to Reality, International Association of Emergency Managers, November 16, 2015. (Panel)

  • Technology Trends for Situation Awareness, IntegReady's Ten Steps to Readiness Series, June 18, 2015.

  • Technology Trends and Digital Volunteerism, Points of Light, March 10, 2015.

  • Technology Trends for Situation Awareness, NYU InterCEP - Global Risk Forum, December 17, 2014.

  • Using Social Media for Enhanced Situation Awareness and Decision Support, DHS First Responder Resource Group, June 12, 2014.

  • Social Media for First Responders and Analysts, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Academic Research Symposium, September 12, 2013. (Panel)

  • Social Media Listening Posts: Best Practices, NYU InterCEP Global Risk Network, October 17, 2012. (Panel)

  • Social Media for Associations, Association of Contingency Planners, August 8, 2012.


  • Introduction to Business Continuity for Nonprofits, NYC Office of Emergency Management, January 24, 2012.


  • Certified Emergency Manager (IAEM)

  • FEMA Professional Development Series,

  • ICS-300

  • ICS-400

  • HSEEP Train-the-Trainer

  • Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT & CO)


  • Association of Contingency Planners (ACP), Former

  • International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), Former