Christina Muller has her own consulting service, Emerga, LLC providing emergency management expertise for government, schools, businesses and non-profits. She also has a blog devoted to planning, organizing and a little emergency management.
Currently she is a FEMA Reservist with FEMA’s National Hurricane Liaison Team in which she deploys to various locations to assist with coordination and response when hurricanes threaten the US. Also Christina is an adjunct professor at Crown College for the Emergency Management program. (Please note: The opinions shared are my own and do not reflect any organizations policy. I’m sure you already know that but thought I would say it anyway.)
Christina is a 12 year veteran in emergency management. She holds the prestigious title of Certified Emergency Manager through the International Association of Emergency Management (IAEM). From 2006 – 2012 and in 2014 she was the Emergency Management Director for Outagamie County, WI. Prior to that, she was Emergency Management Specialist for Washington County, MN. As an academic advisor at Minnesota State University – Mankato, Christina had the opportunity to assist college students with planning their college career.
Christina has also served on the Wisconsin Emergency Management Association (WEMA) board in various roles; including President.
Also she has attended several ground breaking workshops by the National Center of Atmospheric Research’s Weather and Society – Integrated Studies; a grassroots movement that is changing the weather enterprise by integrating social science into meteorological research and practice.
Christina holds a B.A. in History & Christian Studies and a Master of Science in Geography.