Christina Crue, MS, MEP, CEM

Biography

Christina Crue is no longer working at CHHS - for a list of current staff members see Our Team.

Mrs. Christina Crue is the Exercise Program Manager at CHHS. In this capacity she designs, develops, and evaluates homeland security related exercises. She also markets the Center’s exercise development capabilities. Mrs. Crue is an Adjunct Faculty Member at University Maryland University College where she teaches specialty courses in Emergency Management and Public Policy and develops course curriculums in Emergency Management Exercise and Evaluation Programs. Previously, Mrs. Crue served as the Branch Manager for the Exercise and Training Branch at the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Duties included the coordination and development of statewide exercise and training strategy, training programs, and exercises. In addition, she served as the Chair of the Maryland Exercise and Training Integration Committee and has had the pleasure in serving as the Chair and Maryland representative to the National Capital Region Exercise and Training Oversight Panel from March 2006 to June 2009. Mrs. Crue worked to strengthen Maryland’s Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) by teaching HSEEP courses throughout the state. Mrs. Crue came to MEMA from the Battelle Memorial Institute, where she worked closely with local, state and federal partners on exercising and training activities for three years. She has a bachelor’s degree in Education from Hood College in Frederick Maryland and a Masters of Science in Emergency Health Services, Emergency Management from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Mrs. Crue is also a Certified Emergency Manager through the International Association of Emergency Managers, a Master Exercise Practitioner, certified through the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, and a certified Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Trainer.

Projects

Branch Manager for the Exercise and Training Branch at the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, Exercise development with State, local, and Federal agencies as well as the private sector, Training development, delivery and coordination, Authors after action reports for “real world” events as well as exercises, Develops Standard Operating Procedures and other planning documents to include position specific job aids for the State Emergency Operations Center

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