Hector Corral is a Project Manager at the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC). Hector works regularly with executive staff on special projects and programs that contribute to the organization’s goals of fostering resiliency and preparedness in the Los Angeles region. Hector helped to develop several key HSAC programs, many of which he manages, including the Distinguished Speaker Series, Crisis Management Case Challenge, Crisis Leadership and Emergency Management Workshop, and HSAC Internship Program.
Prior to HSAC, Hector worked in finance for several years at AIG, where he become skilled in data management and analysis. Eventually, with his decision to pursue further education, he left AIG and interned for the City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department (EMD) where he was introduced to the world of crisis management and preparedness. While at EMD, Hector worked as part of a team on a supply chain resiliency project that earned him a Certificate of Recognition from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, as well as from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and EMD.
Hector earned his Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy and his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State University, Northridge.