Michael Lambert

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Houston-Galveston Area Council of Governments

Michael Lambert is an Emergency Preparedness/Homeland Security Planner for the Houston-Galveston Area Council of Governments where he is responsible for assisting jurisdictional leaders in a thirteen-county region with developing disaster preparedness; response; and recovery plans and capabilities for a wide-range of threats.

Michael is an experienced emergency manager with a long-standing focus on low-probability, high-consequence disasters, including: the catastrophic loss of containment of highly-toxic hazardous materials; pandemic influenza/bioterrorism; and long-duration, wide-spread disruptions to the electric grid.

Michael is a member of the FBI/InfraGard National Disaster Resiliency Council (NDRC) and is a founding member of NDRC’s Water Security Work Group. He is also a member of the national Secure the Grid Coalition as well as the Global Resilience Commission. Michael is currently a representative on the Texas Critical Infrastructure Protection Task Force and serves on a number of other regional homeland security-related working groups and task forces.

Michael holds a Master’s Degree in Finance from Texas A&M University.

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