Logan Monroe is the manager of PG&E Gas Operation’s emergency preparedness program. Logan comes to the utility industry from the public sector as a professional emergency manager, Incident Command System (ICS) expert, and disaster junkie. He spent his early career working for FEMA and NASA where he deployed to the front line of many large national disasters. He spent two years supporting the immediate response and long-term recovery of Hurricane Katrina. Currently, Logan is on a 6 months rotation learning the construction side of the gas business as a front line supervisor over Maintenance and Construction.
Logan holds a B.S. in emergency management from the University of North Texas, a Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) from FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI), a Type II Planning Section Chief from FEMA, a Certified Emergency Manger (CEM) from the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), and an Executive Leadership Certificate from The Graduate School in Washington D.C.