Scott Morris

Spring 2007

Morris has served as director of the Florida Long-Term Recovery operation since its inception in May 2005. He was immediately responsible for FEMA’s recovery from 2005’s Hurricane Katrina. He continues to oversee recovery efforts in the state. He was also the deputy chief of staff for the Department of Homeland Security’s Emergency Preparedness and Response directorate. Before joining homeland security, Morris was deputy chief of staff and White House liaison for the Small Business Administration.

In this study group, discover the policy process behind events such as Hurricane Katrina.

Discussion Group Topic
The Politics of Disasters

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