Proprietor Jonathan Hodgdon will give a presentation about his work, A visual Journey Through 30 years of Global Disaster Response.

Wednesday, June 14, 7pm

Jonathan Hodgdon is a senior disaster management and response advisor with over 25 years of global crisis response experience. Jonathan is currently serving as an advisor to the U.S. government on global emergency response. He has served in East Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia as country director for CARE, Save the Children, International Medical Corps and AmeriCares. His expertise includes rebuilding damaged health infrastructure, managing food-for-work and rural roads programs, managing cross-border relief programs, and conducting rapid appraisals and mid-term evaluations in the field. Jonathan has been on the ground leading responses to typhoons (Philippines/Bangladesh), famines (Somalia/Ethiopia), tsunamis/earthquakes/floods (Indonesia/Pakistan), wildfires (California), hurricanes (New Orleans) and conflict-induced crises (Syria/Libya/Kenya). Jonathan received his MA degree in Demography from the University of Michigan’s Population Studies Center and his BA in Applied Mathematics from Dartmouth College.  From