Senior Policy Analyst
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Kimberly Stinchcomb joined the Center for Health and Homeland Security as a Research Assistant in April 2018. In this role, she serves CHHS’s client, the Prince George’s County Health Department, as their Training and Exercise Coordinator for the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program. As Training and Exercise Coordinator, Ms. Stinchcomb develops, implements and evaluates training exercises throughout Prince George’s County using guidelines provided by FEMA’s National Incident Management System.
In May 2016, Ms. Stinchcomb graduated from the University of Maryland College Park School of Public Health with a Master of Public Health as well as a National Certification in Public Health. While earning her MPH, she focused on Environmental Science and Health Impact Assessment. In 2008, Ms. Stinchcomb earned her Bachelors in Environmental Science at Towson University. Her professional experience includes providing training and technical assistance to local jurisdictions in Maryland implementing substance misuse prevention strategies. She also has over 6 years’ experience in Health Information Technology working with cancer clinical trials and standardized medical vocabularies.
Ms. Stinchcomb is a member of Canton Canopy, a grant funded neighborhood group focused on increasing tree cover in Baltimore City.
Examples of Projects Include:
- Progressive Training & Exercise Planning
- Interactive eLearning Courses
- HSEEP-compliant Exercises