Michael Steinle

Michael Steinle, MBA
Senior Resiliency Consultant

Michael has more than 30 years of experience in project management, emergency preparedness and resilience, and environmental, health and safety stewardship.  

He has served as the Project Manager on large-scale local, state, and federal resilience projects. In 2010, Michael served as the Planning Coordinator on the FEMA Region VII New Madrid Seismic Zone Catastrophic Earthquake Plan.  

Michael has led multi-disciplinary teams facilitating community resiliency in critical infrastructure and key resource sectors, including agriculture, food, chemical, commercial, defense, emergency services, energy, financial, government, healthcare and public health, transportation, and water and wastewater.  

Michael is an accomplished author and researcher and has conducted over 250 discussion- and operations-based exercises to develop competencies in preparedness, response, recovery, and resilience.