Angela Adams, MPH

Program Coordinator

CEPAR

Biography

Angela Adams, MPH, Program Coordinator for Emory University’s Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response is responsible for organizing, coordinating, and planning operational facets of CEPAR programs.  Ms. Adams also works with Emory Healthcare’s Serious Communicable Disease Unit, and the National Ebola Education and Training Center (NETEC) to coordinate and develop exercises.

Prior to joining Emory, she served as an Assistant Program Coordinator for the Regional Trauma Advisory Committee (RTAC) in Georgia EMS Region 10. During her time with RTAC, she contributed to drafting the operational guidelines and regional trauma system plan for EMS Region 10. As a graduate student at the University of Georgia’s College of Public Health studying disaster management, she interned at the university’s Office of Emergency Preparedness promoting emergency preparedness on campus, and trained with the Athens-Clarke County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). She is actively involved as a volunteer for the DeKalb County Board of Health Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) and a member of the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health.