UW-Green Bay instructor for emergency management named acting administrator of Wisconsin Emergency Management
Greg Engle teaches two courses for UW-Green Bay’s Emergency Management Certificate. Earlier this month, he was named acting administrator of the Division of Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM), effectively immediately.
Engle has served as the director of WEM’s Bureau of Planning and Preparedness since 2012, where he has overseen the development of the state’s emergency response plans and the delivery of training courses and exercises to help prepare emergency responders across the state—an essential facility for coordinating state assistance for local communities during widespread disasters. and integral to COVID-19 response.
Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) builds capabilities and coordinates resources to support a safe and resilient Wisconsin.
UW-Green Bay offers a bachelor’s degree emphasis and certificate program in Emergency Management. Both programs are designed to build high-level competency in operational expertise, academic credentials, response protocols, critical analysis skills, policy and strategic planning. More information is available on the website.
Photos courtesy of the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs