Steven N. Glenn
With more than 24 years of experience in managing large-scale disaster planning and response/recovery programs, Steven has trained local governments and private agencies in disaster planning, response, recovery and mitigation activities; coordinated local emergency planning committee activities; and trained, planned, conducted and evaluated large-scale disaster exercises.
In previous positions, Steven served as the Project Manager for Vanguard Emergency Management. This contract (valued at $150 million) provided housing inspection services across the United States in support of FEMA’s Individual Public Assistance program.
Previous work history for Steven also includes: Vice President at The Louis Berger Group, Inc., Vice President and Operations Manager at Atkins North America, Branch Chief at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Deputy Chief of Operations and Area Coordinator at the North Carolina Emergency Management Agency and a Hazardous Materials Specialist at Forsyth County Emergency Management Agency.
- IA-TAC III (2009 – 2013), FEMA’s Bravo Sector, northeastern states between Maine and Minnesota, Manager
- IA-TAC II (2006-2009), Hurricane Ike, Galveston, Texas, Principal in Charge
- Alabama Public Assistance Support for 2011 Tornado Outbreak, Principal in Charge and Senior Policy Advisor
- Mississippi Hurricane Katrina Public Assistance Program Support, Jackson/Biloxi, MS
- Hurricane Katrina, Branch Chief
- Space Shuttle Columbia, Branch Chief
- 2004 Hurricanes (Florida), Branch Chief
- Member, National Emergency Management Association (NEMA)
- Member, International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM)
Training (class numbers and course name)
- IS-100.b (ICS-100): Intro. To Incident Command System
- IS-600: Special Considerations for FEMA Public Assistance Projects
- IS-631: Public Assistance Operations I
- IS-632: Introduction to Debris Operations
- IS-700.a: National Incident Management System (NIMS)
- IS-800.b: National Response Framework
- FEMA COTR Course
- FEMA PA Ops II
- FEMA Environmental Considerations
- State Coordinating Officers Course