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Ms. Molloy is a co-founder and CEO of Perses Consulting, LLC and a self-motivated, business professional with over ten (10) years of sales experience and three (3) years of emergency management experience. Ms. Molloy also oversees all financial, budgeting, administration and human resource matters for the company. Ms. Molloy has exceptional sales, contract negotiation, project management, proposal development, and data analysis experience. She is a tech-savvy professional with a great attitude and ability to maintain relationships with both internal and external customers. Ms. Molloy continuously seeks to maximize opportunities and optimize business performance.
Mr. Molloy is the co-founder and President of Perses Consulting, LLC and an accomplished planner, trainer and Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) with over two decades of experience managing and executing homeland security and emergency management-related projects. Mr. Molloy has significant experience managing complex, high-profile projects, and real-world incidents. Mr. Molloy is a strategic, results-oriented manager with proven leadership and personnel management abilities. Mr. Molloy has vast experience managing and executing federal, state and local planning, training and exercise programs. Mr. Molloy provides contract oversight for all Perses Consulting projects and has direct project management experience for multiple planning, training and exercise projects across the country. Mr. Molloy served as an appointee to the Maryland Emergency Management Agency Executive Director as the Training and Exercise Branch Manager, State Training Officer and State Exercise Officer. He was responsible for the oversight of all emergency management and homeland security-related training, exercises, after-action reports/improvement plans, statewide corrective action program, and Governor’s core goal on training and exercises.
Mr. Scott is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) with nearly two decades of experience in local government as a first responder, emergency manager, and public administrator. Mr. Scott served as the Deputy Director, Office of Emergency Management for the City of Baltimore, MD, and has significant experience managing emergency events and complex, high-profile projects. He is a strategic, results-oriented manager with crisis-tested leadership abilities and performance evaluation expertise. Mr. Scott has responded to hundreds of incidents, including major fires, mass casualty incidents, mass shootings, train derailments, hurricanes, blizzards, and cyber events. He has extensive Emergency Operations Center (EOC) experience in every role possible, ranging from EOC Manager to Situation Unit Leader, and has led EOC operations for five federally declared disasters, and designed the Alternate EOC for the City of Baltimore. Mr. Scott has developed plans, training, and exercises for numerous shelter, reunification, Family Assistance Center, and other community service-related functions. He has also has operations role managing these centers, giving him a true 360 degree understand of the best practices and challenges. He holds Master of Public Administration from Villanova University and has studied homeland security at Harvard University and the Naval Postgraduate School. He is also a certified Incident Command System instructor for the Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MDEM) and the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute (MFRI). Prior to his career in emergency management, Mr. Scott served for ten years as a firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician for a large county fire department.
Ms. Williams is an Emergency Management Associate with Perses Consulting, LLC. Ms. Williams is an experienced planner and exercise practitioner currently providing planning, training, and exercise support to jurisdictions in MD, VA, NC, TX, WA, and the District of Columbia. Ms. Williams is currently the planning lead for the City of Fairfax Office of Emergency Management support project designing, developing, and updating a variety of strategic, operational, and tactical plans. Ms. Williams is also a task lead for a project through the District’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program support project providing supply chain resilience planning support and leading the development of a workshop and exercise series. Ms. Williams holds a master’s degree in emergency management, has completed the Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) Business Consultant training and is an Associate Emergency Manager (AEM) with the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM).
Mr. Fruchtman is a seasoned professional with over 30 years of extensive experience in emergency and crisis management, business continuity, and project management, including all phases of incident management/emergency operations center management and risk assessment program delivery. He has served as the Planning Section Chief (PSC) and Logistics Section Chief (LSC) for multiple, high-profile transportation incidents around the country as a member of the Amtrak National Incident Response Team. He has also supported large, metropolitan area EOC operations as part of a support team for National Special Security Events (NSSE). Working with both the public and private sector, Mr. Fruchtman has provided emergency operations, business continuity and continuity of operations planning, training, exercises, and comprehensive after-action report development for critical infrastructure partners including ports, rail and transit systems, large universities, electric utility providers, oil, and LNG facilities. Mr. Fruchtman has delivered executive-level strategic planning and provided support for multiple, high-profile national special security events, large venues including NASCAR, Major League Baseball and the National Football League, and has provided program management leadership across multiple federal contracts.
Ms. Mattingly supported the District of Columbia’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for approximately three years and was activated over twenty times, including National Security Special Events, large special events, and incidents/disasters. She supported the EOC in several roles, including Planning Section (Section Chief, Deputy Section Chief, Resource Unit Leader, and Situation Unit Leader), Operations Section (Deputy Section Chief), and Logistics Section (Section Chief). As a member of the COVID-19 Human Services Branch, she supported the emergency non-congregant shelter program by designing, developing and maintaining resource management tools for the branch as well as serving as an overnight duty officer, conducting on-site visits, and troubleshooting operational and transportation issues. While activated as the Logistics Section Chief of the first-of-its-king Gun Violence Prevention EOC, Ms. Mattingly coordinated a $59 million dollar budget. She procured, tracked, deployed, and demobilized resources, developed section-specific SOPs, coordinated with multiple District and non-profit agencies and community-based events. Most recently, Ms. Mattingly assisted federally processed migrants crossing the southern California border, State's non-profit grantees, and vendors plan and implement shelter mobilizations and demobilizations; design operational processes, layouts, and process flows; build, exercise, and implement contingency and emergency response plans; and provide real-time issue triage for a myriad of operational and logistical items that arose at the shelters each day. Ms. Mattingly worked to build consensus and collaboration across 10+ agencies and organizations, often under tight deadlines and complex circumstances.
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