Public Safety Techology Program Director
U. of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security
Mr. Webster works as the Public Safety Technology Program Director at the Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS), a non-profit consulting group and academic center committed to maximizing organizational resilience before, during and after an emergency event. His work includes a wide range of homeland security and public health projects for a diverse portfolio of public and private clients. Most relevantly to this Preparedness Summit, Mr. Webster has worked with state and local health departments on a wide range of planning, training, and exercise activities including point-of-dispensing design and testing, infectious disease control planning, and interoperable communications planning. Mr. Webster currently teaches Public Health Law as part of the University of Maryland’s Master of Science in Law program. His course covers the legal aspects of public health interventions, probing the legal powers and limitations policy makers face when trying to improve public health outcomes.
Tuesday, March 26
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM