is the deputy emergency management coordinator and liaison to the County Judge for the Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management in Harris County, Texas, the nation’s third-largest
county. He’s an expert in disaster preparedness, public safety, emergency alerting and homeland security, and can speak about tactics to prepare for natural disasters and improve wireless emergency alerting technology.
Since 2004, Sánchez has served Harris County in emergency preparedness and response efforts. His recent work includes responses to the coronavirus pandemic, Winter Storm Uri in 2021, and severe flooding events, hurricanes and man-made threats. He led Super Bowl LI’s Traffic and Transportation Security Joint Information Center. In 2017, he served as the public information officer during Hurricane Harvey, the second-most costly
hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland since 1900. He's also a firefighter for the Ponderosa Volunteer Fire Department.
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