Terri Clay teaches undergraduate level courses on topics such as the Introduction, Terrorism, & Diversity Issues class As well as Senior Capstone Seminar, and Special Interest Topic. Also she is a student advisor, co-sponsor of the HSEM student organization affiliated with the International Association of Emergency Managers and the lead professor for Study Abroad trip to Liberia in July 2014. She is a member of the International Association of Emergency Managers and serves on the organizations national level Conference Committee and the Education Committee.
Prior to her coming to SSU, Ms. Clay was an instructor at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) teaching the nations emergency responders on issues concerning response to incidents involving Weapons of Mass Destruction. Before serving as an instructor Ms. Clay held an administrative position that included the development and management of the CDP Emergency Operations Plan and Emergency Operations Center. Ms. Clay is a retired Sergeant First Class, serving her career in the Army Military Police Crops. She also has experience as a civilian Deputy Sheriff.
Ms. Clay earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Arizona State University and a Master’s in Public Administration with a concentration in Emergency Management from Jacksonville State University, Alabama.
International Emergency Management
MPA, Public Administration - Jacksonville State University
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