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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM

Emergency Management is a division of the University Safety Department, which is led by the Chief Safety Officer. Learn more here.


Stuart Moffatt

Interim Director of Emergency Management

Stuart oversees the U’s Emergency Management division. He served as the associate director of Emergency Management for the University of Utah for a decade, facilitating and coordinating operational responses, as well as emergency planning, training, and exercises. He holds a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) designation from the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) and has served as a regional representative for the IAEM University and College Caucus. Stuart has been an active participant in the Utah Emergency Management Association (UEMA) as a member, board member and conference speaker. He holds an honors bachelor’s degree in disaster management from the University of Utah.

801-213-1090
stuart.moffatt@utah.edu
S.J. Quinney College of Law Building, Room 4220
383 S University St. Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Stormy Sideria

Emergency Management Specialist

Stormy joined the University of Utah Emergency Management team in February of 2020. During the University's response to COVID-19, Stormy has been an integral leader in emergency operations and planning. She served over seven years in the U.S. Army, specializing in recovery operations. Stormy carries five years of medical first response experience as an AEMT working for the Brigham City Fire Department. Before arriving at the U, Stormy worked private security for Westinghouse and Goldman Sachs. Stormy has a BA in Emergency and Disaster Management.

 

 

801- 213-1089
stormy.sideria@utah.edu
S.J. Quinney College of Law Building, Room 4220
383 S University St. Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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