The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is excited to announce a new member of the Mitigation and Recovery Section. Sean Settle recently joined the team as a Mitigation Specialist. He will be working to support our local and state partners with all aspects of mitigation including project development, multi-hazard planning and grant management.
Settle has been involved with emergency management since 1997 which includes 1,500 hours of Search and Rescue Operations and six years of incident command and planning experience throughout Colorado. His unique background in emergency coordination, multi-hazard planning, public speaking and project management makes him a great addition to the Mitigation Team.
He has worked with variety of city, county, state and federal agencies for intergovernmental continuity and mass casualty planning. He earned an undergraduate degree in Aerospace Operations from Metropolitan State University of Denver and holds 10 professional certifications through FEMA. Settle previously worked for the Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority and the City of Colorado Springs before joining the DHSEM in 2014.