Marcus Deyerin is an emergency manager, trainer, and educator. He has served on incident management teams at the local, state and federal level, and responded to incidents across the U.S. including infrastructure failures, HAZMAT, hurricanes, landslides, wildfires, active shooter incidents, and migration crises. He regularly presents on topics that include community resilience, information management, technology, and future-casting of emerging threats and opportunities in the emergency management field. Marcus holds an MA in National Security Policy and Technology from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign <g data-gr-id="95" gr-alert="" gr_95="" gr_gramm="" gr_inline_cards="" gr_run_anim="" id="95" only-del="" punctuation="" replacewithoutsep"="">Service,</g> and is currently a lecturer for the University's Emergency & Disaster Management graduate degree program in their School of Continuing Studies. He is credentialed as a Certified Emergency Manager and Master Exercise Practitioner.
When he isn't teaching or doing disaster stuff, his wife and three boys keep him fairly busy with projects.