Todd is the EMAP Training Coordinator and is responsible for developing, coordinating, delivering, and supporting the training curriculum and materials for participants and facilitators in the classroom and virtual course instruction. He maintains the database of training participants and subscriptions and organizes electronic subscriptions, surveys, and data collection on training. Todd is the staff liaison for the EMAP Training Focus Group and also serves as a liaison for special projects pertaining to assessment activities associated with the program’s effort toward assessment and accreditation. Most recently, Todd was the Area 5 manager for the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs Division of Emergency Management where he was assigned to assist 15 Kentucky counties with emergency management programs and grants. He also provided coordination assistance for search and rescue operations as well as other response coordination support. Todd has held many other positions including firefighter paramedic, fire lieutenant, and fire captain for St. Petersburg, Florida, Fire Rescue; commander of the Pinellas County Technical Rescue Team; adjunct professor for fire rescue special operations at St. Petersburg College; multiple positions within the Florida Urban Search and Rescue System; and positions with the National Association of Search and Rescue. Within EMAP, Todd has held many volunteer positions since 2014 including assessor; Peer Review Committee member; Assessment manager; Assessment Team leader; Technical Committee member; Standards Committee member; and EMAP instructor for both the US&R and Emergency Management Standards. Todd has an A.S. degree in Fire Administration from St. Petersburg College and graduated in 2002 from the Naval Post Graduate School Executive Leadership Program. He has gained much experience from disaster deployments and has participated in 20 U.S. deployments, six international deployments, and eight international EMAP assessments. Todd joined ASMI in 2022.