Kyle Clayton received his BS in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from the Florida State University in the spring of 2009 and enrolled in the MPA program in the Fall of 2009. Mr. Clayton began his work with CDRP in the Fall of 2011 as a student researcher and is currently researching the quality of Volunteered Geographic Information and other social media as it pertains to local damage assessments and emergency response.
Jenny is an undergraduate senior, majoring in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Science with a focus in Emergency Management and a minor in Political Philosophy. She is a member of the ‘Degree in Three’ program and will serve the 2012-2013 school year as the Multicultural Greek Council Standards officer. Prior to working for the Center for Disaster Risk Policy as a researcher she worked at Strozier Library. She plans on getting her Masters in Public Administration from the Askew School and then going on to complete a PhD.
Chris is an undergraduate senior, majoring in International Affairs with a focus in Emergency Management and Homeland Security. He holds the Askew School's Undergraduate Certificate in Emergency Management and is a graduate of the Department of Homeland Security's Center for Domestic Preparedness. He has interned with the Florida Division of Emergency Management, and is currently serving as a researcher at the Center for Disaster Risk Policy. He is working towards broad goals in Emergency Management, Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence.
Kristin Samulkewitsch received her bachelor’s degree in Economics from Florida State University in the summer of 2011 and is currently pursuing her graduate certificate in Emergency Management. Kristin spends most of her time working for the Emergency Coordinating Officer for ESF #18, assisting in the development of a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). Kristin also helps train state employees at the Department of Economic Opportunity in the Florida Department of Health Emergency Notification System (FDENS).