Jarrett Broder (MS) is the Director of Information Technology and a Research Fellow for the EMHS Program. He has 15 years experience in the Information Technology field as a network administrator, server administrator, systems administrator, web master, programmer, project manager, graphic designer and provider of technical consultation and support to both public and private sector organizations. Mr. Broder has been a key member in a group of programmers and designers that have built several enterprise level federal web applications which have received recognition from the governor of Florida and the President of the United States. His 10 years participation in state and federal exercise programs give him a well rounded understanding of the state and federal models for training and testing as well as the key role technology can play in the dissemination and management of training materials.
Mr. Broder has built several computer applications that have assisted in the planning and real-time play of many exercises including, The Bioshield Exercises (Strategic National Stockpile), Beleaguered Bus (Florida Department of Health), Caduceus Shield and the Florida Governor's Tabletop Exercise. He has also been involved with furthering the distance learning efforts of several colleges at Florida State University. Mr. Broder serves as an adjunct instructor for technology related classes at the Askew School of Public Administration at Florida State University.