Ellis Stanley Sr.

Ellis Stanley Sr.

Ellis Stanley Sr. has 35+ years of global work experience in emergency management and specializes in Executive Training; Leadership Seminars and Speaking; and he is a contributing writer for text books on resiliency and recovery planning. Mr. Stanley has served in several leadership positions and appointments to include North Carolina, Georgia and California.

Mr. Stanley has extensive experience in major event planning and has been a major contributor for various organizations to include: The 1988 Democratic National Convention (DNC); 1995 Mandela visit to Atlanta, Georgia; The 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia; DNC Planning for the City & County of Denver, Colorado; Assisted the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Develop NUREG 0694; and A member of Resilient America Roundtable which is within the National Research Council’s National Academy of Sciences.

Ellis Stanley earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; he is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Program for Senior Homeland Security Officials for the Post Naval Graduate School in Monterey, CA; and a graduate of the John F. Kennedy School of Government’s National Preparedness Leadership Initiative.