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Public Health, Global Health, Health/Food Security, Disaster PHE

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Arlington County, VA
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March 06, 2019

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Christopher Eddy, M.P.H., REHS/RS, CP-FS

Risk Analysis Hazard Vulnerability Assessment Health Security Epidemiology Emergency Response Compliance

February 26, 2019

POSITIONS:

Grand Canyon University: 08/2014 - Present

Adjunct Faculty/Lecture/Subject Matter Expert: Global Health and Environmental/Public Health School of Science, Engineering, and Technology 3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ, 85017 US • Curriculum Designer/SME/Peer Reviewer/: Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety • Teach Environmental Impacts on Health, Global Health, and Principals of Environmental Public Health

ALL1Health Systems LLC: 12/2014 – Present

Health Security: Risk Analysis and Hazard Vulnerability Assessment, President

Washington, DC, 22202 United States

• Subject matter experts: Communicable/Infectious Disease, Food Safety and Security, Global Health, Environmental Health, Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response, Vaccine-Preventable Disease, Mass Prophylaxis, EPI response, Waste Characterization, Essential public health infrastructure, at-risk populations

• All-hazards Readiness, Crisis Mitigation, Risk Analysis and Health Security:

Hazard Identification and Characterization

Hazard Vulnerability Assessment

Emergency Response

Crisis Mitigation

Regulatory Compliance

Risk Communication

• Presented with Georgetown University Department of Nursing: “Fukushima Compound-Disaster: Implications for Nursing Practice, All-Hazards/Environmental Health Planning and Consequence Management” - Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments Webinar, March 2018 • “Actions for American Nurses in All-Hazard Planning: A Lesson from Japanese Nurses in the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster,” American Journal of Nursing [fc] • Presented Zika virus research data at 2018 National Environmental Health Annual Education Conference: “Populations At-risk to the Zika virus – an All-Hazards Vulnerability and Consequence Threat Analysis,” in final draft • Appointed to the 2018-2020 NEHA Food Safety Program Committee.

Georgetown University: 09/2015 - 10/2016

Adjunct Faculty/Teacher/Subject Matter Expert/Curriculum Advisor: in class and on-line/asynchronous

Emergency and Disaster MGT Program 640 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 20001 US

• Developed Curriculum for Theory and Legal Framework course.

• Developed Curriculum for Ethics/ Critical Decision-Making course.

• Developed Curriculum for Project Management and Budgeting course.

• Integrated Public Health with Disaster Risk Management: epidemiology and surveillance, environmental health and surety, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive hazards, Public Safety, and Continuity of Operations plans. Emphasized environmental health/food safety and One Health, veterinary, environmental health and medical communication and surveillance and response integration.

Wright State University: 02/2013 - 09/2014

One Health/All-Hazards and Public Health Consultant

National Disaster Health Consortium

College of Nursing and Health 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001 US

• Created 15 One Health/All-hazards training/educational modules for on-line learning management system: public health, environmental health, terrorism/bioterrorism preparedness, infectious and zoonotic disease. Developed certificate for public health professionals interacting with the American Red Cross, Medical Reserve Force, and US Air Force

National Center for Medical Readiness: 01/2012 - 08/2013

Food Safety and Environmental Health Consultant/SME

506 E. Xenia Drive, Fairborn, OH 45324 US

• Interfaced with US Air Force expert epidemiological representatives and lead development of epidemic-based Tabletop Exercises. Lead facilitation of joint Table Top Exercise with military, academic, public health, USDA/ODA, and FDA representatives.

• Represented NCMR in interface with 9 university consortium. Provided food safety/defense/security epidemiological expertise towards achievement of USAID and USDA/ FDA FSMA grants: natural disaster, all-hazards/chemical biological, radiological attack, and pandemic/attack food security scenarios.

• Collaborated with Medical Reserve Corps in vulnerable population identification and location project to assist sheltering in place strategies in the case of natural, accidental, intentional disaster, and pandemic/epidemic event.

• Provided technical assistance to local health, fire, and hospital partners in community-based collaboratives designed to provide rapid assessment of diseases outbreak scenarios, including intentional attacks.

Wright State University: 09/2008 - 09/2013

Assistant Program Director, Director of Workforce Development, Faculty, Lecture

Boonshoft School of Medicine, Master of Public Health Program, 3123 Research Blvd. Kettering, OH 45420 US

• Appointed by Ohio Governor to Ohio Public Health Council while on faculty.

• Led re-certification of program accreditation (Conference on the Education of Public Health).

• Taught: Population Health; Environmental Health; Teams: Leadership; Budget: Leadership, Introduction to Public Health; Problems in Public Health.

• Developed Curriculum for Environmental Health and Problems in Public Health. • Directed student projects at community hospitals following Joint Commission, FEMA/DHS, ADA, OSHA, DOT, EPA mandates: Hazard Vulnerability Assessment, SARA/HAZMAT inventory reporting, evacuation/sheltering in place.

Hamilton County Public Health: 05/1994 - 09/2008

Environmental Health Director, All-hazards Strike Force Chair and Incident Command System (ICS) Safety Officer

250 William Howard Taft Road Cincinnati, OH 45219 United States

• Developed and acted as Chairman and Operations Captain for novel, all-hazards strike force and CBRNE/ counter-terrorism and consequence management team, post-9.11. Personally responsible for execution of Emergency Support Functions 8, 10, and 11. Represented HCPH in regional functional and tabletop exercises, including hospital/healthcare partners.

• Appointed to ASTM/ CDC Fernald Health Effects Subcommittee (DOE Superfund site).

• Led Greater Cincinnati Area Counter-Terrorism Task Force in hazard vulnerability assessments of soft targets.

• Appointed to Ohio Food-borne Outbreak and Response and Coordinating Group (FORC-G).

• Appointed by Ohio Governor to Ohio Retail Food Safety Advisory Council.

United States Department of Energy: 01/1991 - 05/1994

Regulatory Technologist III

7400 Wiley Road Hamilton, OH 45013 US

• Integrated separate regulatory programs to harmonize policy and procedure: FEMA/OSHA/CERCLA/RCRA/LDR/Special Mixed/ NEPA/EPCRA/TSCA/FIFRA, clean water, air, and others

• Incorporated all applicable, required, appropriate and relevant guidelines to radiological media characterization.

• Authored the Environmental Compliance Summary of the Fernald 1992 Site Environmental Report.

• Developed and managed award-wining Regulatory Compliance Hotline site-wide Q&A system.

• Developed employee Safety Advocate Training System based upon OSHA criteria.

• Initiated and coordinated waste reduction/elimination system across programs.

• Worked extensively on worker Hazard Communication plan by direct audit and policy development.

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION/AFFILIATION:

Wright State University, Kettering, OH US

Master of Public Health

Public Health Management

Wright State University Dayton, OH US

Master of Business Administration (Candidate)

Capstone Completed: Corporate Sustainability and Environmental Public Health

Ball State University Muncie, IN US

Bachelor of Science

Biology, Chemistry

National Environmental Health Association - Registered Environmental Health Specialist/ Registered Sanitarian

National Environmental Health Association - Certified Professional - Food Safety

Delta Omega Honor Society

Rotary Club International: Crystal City, Arlington VA US

Paul Harris Fellow

Contact:

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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS:

Eddy, C., Sase, E., Zika Virus Risk and Uncertainty in the US: A Public Health All-Hazards Approach, National Environmental Health Association, Annual Education Conference, Anaheim, California. June 27, 2018

Sase, E., Eddy, C., Women’s Resilience and Well-being in Public Health Emergency: Disaster Management as a Health Determinant, World Medical and Health Policy him; manuscript pending editorial review (third review).

Sase, E., Eddy, C., Millennials in an Aging Society: Improving End-of-Life Care by Public Health Policy, Georgetown Public Policy Review 2016; April 21(1): digital publication http://www.gpprspring.com/end-of-life-care#page1-2

Eddy, C., Sase, E., The 2015 US Ebola Incident: Global Implications to All-Hazards Preparedness and Healthcare Worker Protection, Journal of Environmental Health 2015; September 78(2): 28-32 https://www.neha.org/sites/default/files/flipping_book/sept-2015-jeh/files/assets/basic-html/page-1.html

Eddy, C., Sase, E., Implications of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Man-Made Hazards, Vulnerability Factors, and Risk to Environmental Health, Journal of Environmental Health 2015; July-Aug; 78(1): 26-31 https://www.neha.org/sites/default/files/flipping_book/jul-aug-2015-jeh/files/assets/basic-html/page-1.html

Eddy, C., Stull, P., Balster, E., Environmental Health: Champions of One Health, Journal of Environmental Health, 2013; Jul-Aug; 76(1): 46-48

http://onehealthinitiative.com/publications/JEH7-8%2013_Feature_EH_Champions_of_One_Health.pdf

Eddy, C., Jones, SC, Bed Bugs, Public Health, and Justice, Journal of Environmental Health, Part 1: a call to action, 2011 Jul-Aug; 73(8): 8-14 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21488465

Eddy, C., Jones, SC, Bed Bugs, Public Health, and Justice, Journal of Environmental Health, Part 2: an opinion survey, 2011 Jul-Aug; 73(8): 15-1 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21488466

Eddy, C., Sase, E., Schuster, R. Pandemic Influenza A 2009 and Public Health Policies. Georgetown Public Policy Review. 2010; 15:1 https://repository.library.georgetown.edu/bitstream/handle/10822/712543/GPPR_2010_15-01.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

Eddy, C. The Environmental Health Renaissance (To the editor). Ohio Journal of Environmental Health. 2010; 60:1.

Eddy, C., Ingram, T., Leever, J. The Norwalk Virus: A Guidance Template for Local Environmental Health Professionals. Journal of Environmental Health. 2000; 63:8-11.

Parashar, U., Dow, L., Frankhauser, R., Humphrey, C., Ando, T., Williams, K., Eddy, C., Noel, J., Ingram, T., Bresee, J., Monroe, S., Glass, R., An Outbreak of Viral Gastroenteritis Associated With Consumption of Sandwiches: Implications For the Control of Transmission by Food Handlers. Epidemiology Infection. 1998; 121, 615-621.

United States – China Exchange Council (for the General Office of the State Council of China, Emergency Management Office): All-Hazards and Terrorism Preparedness: a Regulatory Framework, from Fukushima 2011 to Ebola 2014. September 2016.

Forte International Enterprises, Inc. (for the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Emergency Management Office): All-Hazards and Terrorism Preparedness: a Regulatory Framework. September 2016.

George Mason University. Requested presentation: “Women’s Resilience and Well-Being in Public Health Emergency: Disaster Management as a Health Determinant,” March 2016.

Georgetown University [Honorarium] (for the School of Continuing Studies, Emergency Planning and Disaster Management Program): “Environmental Health and Disaster Planning and Response,” October 2015.



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