Senior Law & Policy Analyst
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Maggie Davis joined CHHS in January 2014. Certified by the Department of Homeland Security in the Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation Program (HSEEP) and National Planner’s Course, she supports a wide range of projects specializing in training, exercises, and mutual aid best practices. Currently, she provides planning support to agencies in Howard County (Maryland) as well as writing support for the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services Internal Safety Review Board.
In addition to current work with Howard County, Maggie designed and executed a multi-jurisdictional full-scale hospital medical surge exercise for the Region V Hospital Coalition. She also led the development of a legal handbook and comprehensive review of Maryland Code Public Safety Title 14 (Emergency Management) for the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Additionally, she supported MEMA’s statewide mutual aid gap analysis for responding to Complex Coordinate Terrorist Attacks.
While seconded to the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (OEMHS) for three years, Maggie gained significant experience in local and regional emergency planning and response efforts. As the OEMHS liaison to the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Service, Montgomery County Collaborative for Emergency Preparedness (MOCEP), and Region V Hospital Coalition she worked closely with public health and mass care partners to develop local and regional plans and procedures. As part of the OEMHS planning team, she provided on-scene and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) support during several emergencies.
Maggie graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in 2013 with a certificate in Health Law and received her M.A. in Bioethics and B.A. in Psychology from Case Western Reserve University in 2010 as part of the Integrated Graduate Studies program. She is licensed to practice law in New York State and the District of Columbia. Outside of her work at CHHS, Maggie has held leadership positions in Virginia political organizations and was appointed to the Virginia Real Estate Board in 2017 by Governor Terry McAuliffe.
- Maggie Davis and Chris Webster, The Wall is not a National Emergency, Baltimore Sun, January 10, 2019.
- James Lewis and Maggie Davis, A Federal Fund to Treat Opioid Addiction is Needed, Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 27, 2015.
- Maggie Davis, Maryland ‘Embryo Adoption’: Religious Entanglement in the Maryland Stem Cell Research Act of 2006. 17 J. L. & Soc. Change 291 (2014).
- Maggie Davis, Who Should Reproduce? Perpetuating Archaic Value Judgments of Procreation in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. 16 SCHOLAR 255 (2014).
- Maggie Davis, Comment, Indefinite Freeze? The Obligations a Cryopreservation Bank has to Abandoned Frozen Embryos in the Wake of the Maryland Stem Cell Research Act of 2006. 15 J. Health Care L. & Pol’y. 379 (2012).
Examples of Projects include:
- Region V Hospital Coalition Full-Scale Exercise
- MEMA Legal Handbook
- MEMA Title 14 Review
- MEMA Complex Coordinated Attack Project
- Howard County Office of Emergency Management
- Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security