Kevin Mickey is the Director of Geospatial Technology Education for The Polis Center at Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, an adjunct assistant professor in the Loma Linda University School of Public Health Department of Environmental Engineering, and a senior instructor for the National Emergency Training Center.
Kevin is a recognized national expert in FEMA's Hazus-MH loss estimation methodology through his design and instruction of flood, earthquake, and hurricane modeling courses, as well as his applied research and services for various federal, state, and local organizations. He has over 20 years of experience applying geospatial technologies in a variety of fields including emergency management. He is also an Esri Certified ArcGIS Desktop Associate and a Certified Technical Trainer.
Since joining The Polis Center in 1990, Kevin has managed and/or supported dozens of spatial technologies projects in which his responsibilities included design, development, testing, implementation, and analysis of complex GIS applications, models, and databases. He has also presented at geospatial conferences and other forums around the world. His past and present involvement in geospatial technology-related committees includes the Indiana Geographic Information Council (IGIC) Board of Directors and the National Institute of Building Science's Multihazard Mitigation Council Board of Direction.