Amelia Muccio


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  • Master of Public Administration in International Public and Non-Profit Management - New York University
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health - Rutgers College


  • Certified Emergency Manager (CEM)
  • Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP)
  • Certified Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP)
  • Certified in Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
  • 40-Hour HAZWOPER Certification (OSHA)
  • Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI) Exercise and Training Consultant

Amelia Muccio

Director of Mitigation

Amelia Muccio is an emergency management and public health professional with over 15 years of experience. Impressively credentialed, she holds the following certifications: Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), Certified Business Continuity Planner (CBCP), and Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP). She also completed the Homeland Security Exercise and Education Program (HSEEP).

Amelia served as the Team Lead for the New York Sandy Recovery Project 404/406 Hazard Mitigation programs, where she coordinated the submission of over $1 billion of projects for the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). She also managed the 406-mitigation recovery effort for city agencies with a portfolio valued at $2.2 billion.

Amelia also served as a Project Manager on Hagerty contracts and supported preparedness and recovery efforts for several agencies including Americares, the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the State of Ohio Public Health Department.

Amelia previously worked as the Director of Emergency Management for the New Jersey Primary Care Association where she specialized in integrating community-based health centers into statewide planning and response efforts for bioterrorism and large-scale emergencies. She managed over $1 million dollars of Tamiflu distribution to Community Health Centers during the H1N1 pandemic and has trained 5,000+ health care professionals in ICS, NIMS, NRF, continuity of operations planning, novel pandemic influenza, infection control, personal protective equipment donning/doffing, fit-testing and behavioral health awareness.

Earlier in her career, Amelia founded and managed a not-for-profit organization, The Humanitarian Project, dedicated to identifying and assisting victims of disasters and crises worldwide. One specific effort, the Nambikkai Tsunami Relief Project, supported the people of Chennai, India with emergency assistance, disaster education, and employment opportunities for displaced individuals.

Amelia graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health from Rutgers College and a Master of Public Administration in International Public and Non-Profit Management (Healthcare) from New York University.

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