Amy Hughes, Facilitator
Amy C. Hughes, MS is an online facilitator for the EKU Safety, Security and Emergency Management Master’s program and is Associate Director of Training Delivery & Operations for the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium at the EKU Justice & Safety Center. She has extensive experience in state homeland security and disaster management policy. Ms. Hughes served as senior government policy analyst for the National Emergency Management Association working with all 50 states and territories, federal agencies, and key stakeholder groups on critical emergency management issues. She also served as staff administrator of the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, supporting the mobilization of more than 30 million dollars worth of human and equipment assets during the multi-state mutual aid response to Hurricanes Charlie, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne in 2004. Ms. Hughes is a published researcher and author. She resides in Richmond, Kentucky with her husband Lindsay, also an EKU graduate, and son Michael.