2019 Annenberg Public Safety Fellows

From April 7th - 12th, 2019, six individuals from the Los Angeles region’s key public safety agencies had the opportunity to attend the Harvard Kennedy School’s one-week, executive program: Leadership in Crises: Preparation and Performance. Thanks to generous support from the Annenberg Foundation, the Fellows were able to explore the response and recovery of previous natural disasters, infrastructure failures, major technology breaches, terrorist attacks, and public health emergencies.

We are pleased to introduce you to the 2019 Annenberg Public Safety Fellows:

  • Kairi Brown, Fire Captain II, Los Angeles Fire Department

  • Daniel Randolph, Captain III, Los Angeles Police Department

  • Christina Gonzalez, Emergency Management Coordinator I, Los Angeles Emergency Management Department

  • Anderson Mackey, Assistant Chief, Los Angeles County Fire Department

  • Robbie Royster, Sergeant, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

  • Sinan Khan, Supervising Emergency Management Coordinator, Los Angeles County, Office of Emergency Management

Read the Fellows’ Testimonials here.