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Office of the Administrator
The Office of the Administrator contains program offices that directly support the Administrator and Deputy Administrator in the performance of their duties, as well as several program offices that provide agency-wide coordination, guidance, and oversight on key topics.
Deanne Criswell, FEMA Administrator
Erik Hooks, Deputy Administrator
Michael Coen, Chief of Staff
Jenna Peters, Deputy Chief of Staff
Disability Integration and Coordination
The Office of Disability Integration and Coordination helps FEMA deliver the agency’s shared mission of helping people before, during and after disasters in ways that maximize the inclusion of, and accessibility for, people with disabilities.
Sherman Gillums, Jr., Director
Christopher Lagan, Deputy Director (Acting)
The Office of Equal Rights serves the agency and the nation by supporting a discrimination-free work place and equal access to FEMA programs and services, for all disaster survivors.
Leslie Saucedo, Director
Andrea Bynum, Deputy Director
The Office of External Affairs engages, informs and educates our partners and the public to achieve the FEMA mission of helping people before, during and after disasters.
Justin Knighten, Director
Lucas Hitt, Deputy Director
Jeremy Edwards, Press Secretary
Kelbie Kennedy, National Tribal Affairs Advocate
Justo Robles, Intergovernmental Affairs
Jaclyn Rothenberg, Director, Public Affairs and Planning
The Office of the Chief Financial Officer's mission is to build an empowered, experienced and engaged workforce, promote organizational alignment and collaboration, and mature and optimize business processes.
Mary Comans, Chief Financial Officer
Greg Teets, Deputy Chief Financial Officer (Acting) and Assistant Administrator, Financial Management
John Raymond, Assistant Administrator, Budget (Acting)
Christopher Kraft, Assistant Administrator, Financial Systems
National Capital Region Coordination
The Office of the National Capital Region Coordination conducts preparedness, planning, and operational activities and provides leadership and coordination within the National Capital Region to synchronize and integrate the whole community in executing homeland security and emergency management activities.
Kim Kadesch, Director
Kenneth Wall, Deputy Director
National Continuity Programs
The Office of National Continuity Programs guide the planning, implementation and assessment of continuity programs that enable federal, state, local, tribal and territorial governments to continue performance of essential functions and deliver critical services across a broad spectrum of emergencies when normal operations are disrupted.
Michael George, Assistant Administrator
Daniel Lipka, Deputy Assistant Administrator
Berl D. Jones, Jr., Executive Administrator, Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center
Antwane Johnson, Director, Integrated Public Alert and Warning Systems
Policy and Program Analysis
The Office of Policy and Program Analysis serves the department and agency with broad expertise and an objective, enterprise-wide view, providing exceptional consultation and customer service to help FEMA effectively evaluate, decide, govern, and execute its strategic goals.
Paul Judson, Associate Administrator (Acting) and Deputy Associate Administrator
The Office of Professional Responsibility ensures expeditious, fair, and objective follow up and resolution of all allegations of employee misconduct and assists FEMA in building a culture that reflects our core values of compassion, fairness, integrity and respect for our employees and those we serve.
Lauren Kaufer, Director
Jessica Samuel, Deputy Director
The Office of Chief Counsel is responsible for ensuring that the agency carries out its statutory responsibilities, advising on policies and regulations, and representing the agency in litigation.
Adrian Sevier, Chief Counsel
Michael Cameron, Principal Deputy Chief Counsel
Joshua Stanton, Deputy Chief Counsel for General Law
Carol Ann Adamcik, Deputy Chief Counsel for Operations
DHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships fosters partnerships between government and faith-based organizations to increase the nation’s resilience by creating trust and developing relationships.
Marcus Coleman, Director
Nicole C. Wood, Deputy Director
Mission Support delivers quality, mission-focused business excellence across five lines of business, which include human resources; information technology; facilities and administrative services; security; and procurement.
Eric Leckey, Associate Administrator
Tami Franklin, Deputy Associate Administrator (Acting)
The Office of the Chief Administrative Officer manages FEMA facilities; occupational safety, health, and environmental programs; information management; accountable property; and other support services to enable FEMA’s mission success.
Alexandra "Ali" Travis, Chief Administrative Officer
Justo Hernandez, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer
Dr. Andre Pennardt, Chief Medical Officer
The Office of the Chief Component Human Capital Officer provides oversight, direction, and operational support for an integrated program of recruitment, hiring, training, leadership development, performance management, employee benefits and work-life programs for the FEMA workforce.
Paige Hinkle-Bowles, Chief Component Human Capital Officer
Beth Hough, Deputy Chief for Operations
Jason Arnold, Deputy Chief for Strategic Services
The Office of the Chief Information Officer provides enterprise IT services vital to carrying out FEMA’s mission for both disaster survivors and our employees. This includes providing secure IT capabilities so that FEMA IT is “always ready” to support our stakeholders and workforce.
Monica Langley, Chief Information Officer (Acting)
Scott Bowman, Deputy Chief Information Officer
Dr. Gregory Edwards, Chief Information Security Officer
Ted Okada, Chief Technology Officer
The Office of the Chief Procurement Officer's mission is to deliver the best business solutions by providing a full range of acquisition services to FEMA programs, partners and the survivor community considerate of the laws, rules and regulations that govern the federal acquisition process in a manner that is directly focused on the mission of FEMA.
Bobby McCane, Chief Procurement Officer
Lester Ingol, Deputy Chief Procurement Officer
The Office of Chief Security Officer provides comprehensive and values-based security services, programs and activities designed to protect FEMA personnel, facilities, information and equipment, and to mitigate the risk of loss to the government due to fraudulent activities.
Kimberly Brown-Davis, Chief Security Officer (Acting)
Robert Vehe, Deputy Chief Security Officer (Acting)
FEMA consists of ten regions in the continental United States and territories.
Region 1 includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and 10 Tribal Nations.
Lori Ehrlich, Region 1 Administrator
Daniel C. McElhinney, Region 1 Deputy Administrator
Region 2 includes New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and eight Tribal Nations.
David Warrington, Region 2 Administrator
Andrew D’Amora, Region 2 Deputy Administrator
Region 3 includes Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, District of Columbia, West Virginia and seven Tribal Nations.
MaryAnn E. Tierney, Region 3 Administrator
Lisa Garcia, Region 3 Deputy Administrator (Acting)
Region 4 includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and six Tribal Nations.
Gracia Szczech, Region 4 Administrator
Robert Samaan, Region 4 Deputy Administrator
Region 5 includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin and 34 Tribal Nations.
Thomas C. Sivak, Region 5 Administrator
Michael Chesney, Region 5 Deputy Administrator
Region 6 includes Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and 68 Tribal Nations.
Tony Robinson, Region 6 Administrator
Moises Dugan, Region 6 Deputy Administrator
Region 7 includes Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and 9 Tribal Nations.
Andrea Spillars, Region 7 Administrator
Kathy Fields, Region 7 Deputy Administrator
Region 8 includes Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming and 29 Tribal Nations.
Nancy Dragani, Region 8 Administrator
Katherine Fox, Region 8 Deputy Administrator
Region 9 includes Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Guam, American Samoa, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and 150 Tribal Nations.
Robert J. Fenton, Region 9 Administrator
Tammy Littrell, Region 9 Deputy Administrator
Region 10 includes Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and 271 Tribal Nations.
Willie G. Nunn, Region 10 Administrator
Vincent Maykovich, Region 10 Deputy Administrator
FEMA Resilience aims to build a culture of preparedness through insurance, mitigation, continuity, preparedness programs and grants.
Victoria Salinas, Senior Official Performing the Duties of Deputy Administrator
Janice Barlow, Associate Administrator (Acting)
David Maurstad, Deputy Associate Administrator
Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration
The Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration manages the National Flood Insurance Program and a range of programs designed to mitigate against future losses from all hazards including floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, and other natural disasters.
Paul Huang, Associate Administrator (Acting)
Vacant, Deputy Associate Administrator
Eric Letvin, Assistant Administrator, Mitigation (Acting)
Jeffrey Jackson, Assistant Administrator, Insurance (Acting)
Michael Grimm, Assistant Administrator, Risk Management
Nick Shufro, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Risk Management
Kelly DeGraff, Assistant Administrator, Fund Management (Acting)
Angela Gladwell, Director, Hazard Mitigation Assistance
The Grant Programs Directorate delivers and supports grant programs that help the nation before, during, and after disasters in order to make the country more resilient.
Pamela Williams, Assistant Administrator
Chris Logan, Deputy Assistant Administrator
Bob Farmer, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Grants Systems and Policy Integration
Stacey Street, Director, Grants Management Division
Alonna Barnhart, Senior Technical Advisor, Grants Management Modernization
Intelligence and Threat Analysis
Jeffrey Afman, Director
Robert Duguay, Deputy Director
Law Enforcement Engagement and Integration
The Office of Law Enforcement and Integration enhances communication and coordination between FEMA and the law enforcement community by enabling synchronization of initiatives that involve law enforcement and security activities.
Roberto Hylton, Director
The National Preparedness Directorate connects individuals, organizations, and communities with research and tools to build and sustain capabilities to prepare for any disaster or emergency.
Alex Amparo, Assistant Administrator
Damon Penn, Deputy Assistant Administrator
Joel Doolin, Director, National Assessments & Integration
Erin Hoffman, Director, National Exercises and Technological Hazards Division
Tony Russell, Superintendent, Center for Domestic Preparedness
Jeffrey Stern, Superintendent, Emergency Management Institute
Response and Recovery
The Office of Response and Recovery provides guidance leadership and oversight to build, sustain and improve the coordination and delivery of support to citizens and state, local, tribal and territorial governments to save lives, reduce suffering, protect property and recover from all hazards.
Anne Bink, Associate Administrator
The Field Operations Directorate organizes the incident workforce, provides field leadership, ensures training and qualifications of the incident workforce, and coordinates effective and efficient availability and deployments to ensure the agency is able to help people before, during, and after disasters.
Leiloni Stainsby, Assistant Administrator
Robert Sullivan, Deputy Assistant Administrator (Acting)
Thomas J. Fargione, National Incident Management Assistance Team Leader (East)
David Samaniego, National Incident Management Assistance Team Leader (West)
Logistics Management's mission is to deliver the right resources, at the right place, at the right time, to support state, local, tribal and territorial governments.
Carla Gammon, Assistant Administrator (Acting) and Deputy Assistant Administrator
The Recovery office provides assistance to individuals and communities overwhelmed by all hazards, including acts of terrorism, natural disasters or other emergencies.
Melissa Forbes, Assistant Administrator
Colt Hagmaier, Deputy Assistant Administrator
Ana Montero, Director, Public Assistance Division
Frank Matranga, Deputy Director, Public Assistance
The Response office provides the core, coordinated federal operational response capability needed to save and sustain lives, minimize suffering and protect property in a timely and effective manner in communities that become overwhelmed by natural disasters, acts of terrorism or other emergencies.
John Rabin, Assistant Administrator
Matthew Payne, Deputy Assistant Administrator
Eric Edwards, Director, Disaster Emergency Communications Division
David Kang, Director, Planning and Exercise Division
Jeremy L. Greenberg, Director, Operations Division
U.S. Fire Administration
The U.S. Fire Administration supports and strengthens fire and emergency medical services and stakeholders to prepare for, prevent, mitigate and respond to all hazards.
Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell, Administrator
Tonya Hoover, Deputy Administrator