The Maryland-National Capital Region Emergency Response System is excited to announce that Peter McCullough, JD, has joined the team in a contractor role to assist with numerous evolving projects. Peter joins us from the Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS), where he is a Law & Policy Analyst. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law, with a concentration in Cybersecurity and Crisis Management. Most recently, he worked directly with the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (DCHSEMA) as an integral part of the 2021 Presidential Inauguration. He brings both professionalism and a fresh perspective to the field of response. Peter is eager to work with the entire MDERS stakeholder community, sharing his expertise to help enhance many of the current projects.
During his tenure at MDERS, Peter will be tasked with assisting in the continued development of the Public Access Trauma Care (PATC) program and the buildout of the Technical Rescue (TR) capability. He is responsible for coordinating with stakeholders, identifying ways to enhance the current elements of each project and expand the current capability. Taking Peter’s experience with professional writing and his charismatic personality, he will provide our staff and stakeholders the chance to take these capabilities to the next level.
The MDERS team is happy to welcome Peter on board and we are excited to use his expertise in all aspects of capability development for our stakeholders.