Damon P. Coppola
Damon P. Coppola is an accomplished emergency management methods engineer who has bridged the gap between practice and academia through his ever-expanding catalog of crisis management textbooks.
Mr. Coppola has consulted with the analyst and technical assistant to customers in the General Public, nonprofit, and private businesses comprehensive from the US Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center, the National Science Foundation, The World Bank, The United Nations, the International Recovery Platform, Save the Children, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, national and local authorities throughout the world, and many others.
Mr. Coppola can be a recognized specialist in emergency management training and instruction, using grown and co-developed a Range of FEMA and DHS products for both the FEMA/EMI Higher Education Program and also for your DHS National Training and Education Division. His jobs include the Comparative Emergency Management, the National Incident Management Systems, the 48-hour Risks Risk Management, '' the 48-hour Crisis and Risk Communications, the All-natural Disaster Preparedness for Safety Professionals, Amongst Others.
In addition his consulting work, Mr. Coppola serves as an adjunct faculty member at the Loma Linda University School of Public Health in the Emergency Management department, in which he acquired (and now instructs) the program curricula for graduate degree classes focused on national and international disaster management.
Mr. Coppola has authored and co workers over a dozen professional and academic emergency management textbooks that are being used at over 200 colleges and universities. Several of these books are deemed "key texts" by the FEMA Higher Education Program. His joint effort Intro to Emergency Mana
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