Annette Doying, Lead Training Specialist/SME
Annette Doying is the former Director of the Pasco County, Florida, Office of Emergency Management. Annette began her Public Safety career in 1993 and worked in progressively critical roles in the areas of Domestic Security and disaster preparedness, response and recovery.
Annette has a graduate degree in Applied Forensic Anthropology from the University of South Florida and is credentialed by both the state of Florida and the Federal government as an Incident Command System (ICS) instructor. Annette has extensive experience instructing in public safety and anthropology subjects. Her field experience includes significant participation in more than a dozen federally declared disasters over a period of more than 20 years, to include first-in response to Hurricane Katrina, research conducted at the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command’s Central Identification Laboratory and the Caribbean. Annette has made contributions to a number of professional publications and presented numerous times on a wide range of topics. Annette has also testified before the U.S. Congress on the topic of first responder technologies.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Disaster response, incident management, domestic security, project management, grants management, crisis communications, strategic advising, training, technical writing, public assistance, emergency management, debris planning, procurement