Senior Law & Policy Analyst, University of Maryland Center for Health & Homeland Security (CHHS)Phone: (410) 706-5718
Elizabeth Webster is a Senior Law & Policy Analyst with the University of Maryland Center for Health & Homeland Security (CHHS). She joined CHHS in August 2010, shortly following her graduation from the University of Maryland School of Law.
Mrs. Webster has worked on a variety of emergency management-related projects on behalf of the State of Maryland, the Baltimore Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), and local governments. Currently, she is working with the Maryland Emergency Management Agency to draft the State Disaster Recovery Operations Plan and State Mitigation Operations Plan.
Previously, Mrs. Webster worked with the Baltimore Urban Area Work Group Functional Needs and Citizen Involvement Subcommittee to improve inclusive emergency preparedness for people with functional needs. She also worked with a team to establish pre-disaster public-private partnerships through the Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program (RCPGP): Resource Management Project on behalf of FEMA Region 3, and later led a project to develop a foundation for the State of Maryland’s Business Operations Center to enhance collaboration and resource sharing between the public and private sectors in Maryland. Mrs. Webster has also presented at several conferences, including the 2011 UASI Conference in San Francisco, CA and the 2012 Public Health Preparedness Summit in Anaheim, CA.
She is a member of the Bar of the State of Maryland.
Mrs. Webster graduated magna cum laude from the University of Mary Washington, and received her BA in Classics, specializing in the Classical Civilization.