Michelle Constant, MBA, brings over 20 years of experience in health security and emergency management. She has provided expert consult to clients at all levels of government and the private sector on diseases and threats including COVID-19, H1N1, Ebola, Anthrax, and several others. As an engaged contributor to the field, she has spoken at the National Homeland Security Conference, the International Association of Emergency Managers Conference, the National Preparedness Summit and several others. She has been published in prints such as the Crisis Response Journal and the International Association of Emergency Managers trade publication.
Ms. Constant earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California as well as dozens of other sector and threat-specific certifications. She maintains a strong commitment to philanthropy as demonstrated in her service as the Past President of Women in Homeland Security and a mentor for the USC School of Business women’s program.
Favorite Disaster Movie: Airplane
Favorite acronym: ROI
Strangest/Favorite Personal Emergency Kit Item: High heels & a bottle of wine
First EM response/experience: Working for Kaiser Permanente’s safety & security department as a teenager
Hobbies: Spending time with family & friends, devouring books related to business, frequent trips to Disneyland, learning about anything related to pirates, traveling internationally (50 countries and counting!), Trojan and Charger football, health and fitness, collecting exorbitant amounts of beauty products, and one-liner jokes & puns.