Alexander Timlin has over 20 years in public and private service. Prior to his retirement from public service, Mr. Timlin was a Citywide Interagency Coordinator for the New York City Office of Emergency Management (NYC OEM) and a Lieutenant from the New York City Fire Department (FDNY). His diversified duties with the NYC OEM included responding to and coordinating large-scale disasters along with planning and preparedness initiatives for corporations on business continuity issues, multi-hazard threats and vulnerabilities, employee-emergency preparedness, and critical infrastructure protection. During his tenure at OEM, Mr. Timlin was the Coordinator for the New York City Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and Author of The Comprehensive Hazardous Material Response Plan for New York City. In addition, he was a Planning Coordinator during the human-remains recovery at the World Trade Center site. With the FDNY, Mr. Timlin served more than 17 years in Midtown and Lower Manhattan, responding to incidents and evacuating some of the largest buildings in the world. While serving as a Fire Officer, Lt. Timlin was a Board Member and Responder for the FDNY Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) and a member of the FDNY Incident Management Team (IMT); trained to manage large-scale disasters throughout the country.
 
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