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Catherine (Cathy) Feinman
Catherine L. Feinman, M.A., joined Domestic Preparedness in January 2010. She has more than 30 years of publishing experience and currently serves as editor of the Domestic Preparedness Journal, DomesticPreparedness.com, and The Weekly Brief, and works with writers and other contributors to build and create new content that is relevant to the emergency preparedness, response, and recovery communities. She received a bachelor’s degree in international business from University of Maryland, College Park, and a master’s degree in emergency and disaster management from American Military University.
Madison Leeves joined the Domestic Preparedness team as the marketing coordinator in May of 2023. Before that, she joined the Texas Division of Emergency Management in July 2022 as a preparedness planner for the Preparedness Division. In her role as marketing coordinator, her duties consist of collaborating with the private and public sector partners to bring their products and services to our readers. Madison graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration emphasis in Marketing.