Mr. Benjamin Davis has responded to over ten (10) federally declared disasters and has over 14 years of professional experience managing debris and public assistance projects with over $1 billion in recovery. He began his career in Debris Monitoring, working as a FEMA employee for Hurricane Katrina monitoring debris removal operations. Since then, he has served in every position from disaster debris specialist to project manager overseeing more than 200+ personnel for debris management operations including Jackson County, MS during Hurricane Katrina. Additionally, he led a team in Texas under Hurricane Ike and the City of Rowlett Tornado where he led a team in providing both public assistance and debris monitoring support.
Mr. Davis has a bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in Political Science and is certified in all relevant FEMA courses, including but not limited to, IS-292 Disaster Basics, IS-632 Introduction to Debris Operations, IS-630 Introduction to Public Assistance Process, and IS-634 Introduction to FEMA’s Public Assistance.