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Dana Reynolds

Mr. Reynolds is a 14-year veteran of the Colorado Department of Public Safety. He began his career as a State Trooper with the Colorado State Patrol. He held assignments as a policy and research specialist, accreditation manager, field supervisor, internal affairs investigator and polygraphist, Sergeant, Captain of the Homeland Security Section and Director of the Colorado Information Analysis Center (CIAC), the state fusion center. Mr. Reynolds then accepted a position as Director of the Office of Preparedness within DHSEM. He was most recently promoted to Deputy Director. In his current role, Mr. Reynolds has direct oversight over several programs, including geospatial analysis & imagery; infrastructure protection; cybersecurity; state preparedness; interoperable communications; grant & finance; policy, strategic planning and rulemaking; and strategic communications. Mr. Reynolds holds a bachelorís degree in Public Administration and a masterís degree in Criminal Justice. He is also a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy Schoolís Program on Crisis Leadership, an executive education program. He also serves as adjunct faculty at Denver University (DU) in the Sociology and Criminology Program and is a Senior Lecturer at DU at the Korbel School in the Homeland Security Certificate Program.

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Lessons Lost Following Catastrophic Events