Sareem Streater, MS, joined the Center for Health & Homeland Security (CHHS) as a Policy Analyst in December of 2022. He graduated magna cum laude from Mount St. Mary’s University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. After completing his undergraduate degree, Sareem attended Arkansas State University where he earned a Master of Science in Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management. Towards the end of his graduate studies, Sareem interned with the Emergency Management section of the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). Throughout the internship with USAMRIID, Sareem was tasked with analyzing Army policies and safety regulations pertaining to Emergency Action Plans (EAPs), Continuity of Operations Plans (COOPs), and Mass Fatality Incident Management Plans (MFIMPs) for adaptation and inclusion into Barquist Army Health Clinic’s Comprehensive Emergency Action Plan (EAP). Sareem also completed leadership focused independent study courses offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), scheduled and attended numerous meetings with various military installation Emergency Managers, Biosurety Safety Officers, and Anti-Terrorism Officers to discuss safety issues concerning the installation, and shadowed various Emergency Managers for the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research and the Frederick County Public Safety Training Facility.
He currently supports Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security as the Community Outreach Coordinator.