Our Team

All Clear has assembled a team of experts that draws on a wealth of experience, knowledge, and certification in almost every area related to emergency preparedness and emergency management. Our team has extensive experience in the National Incident Management System (NIMS), the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP), and the Incident Command System (ICS) and Hospital Incident Command System (HICS). The team includes Master Exercise Practitioners (MEP), Certified Emergency Managers, Hazard Mitigation Specialists, Conference Planners, and business professionals.

William Moorhead, J.D., MEP

Will Moorhead is President and Owner of All Clear Emergency Management Group. He has 23 years of experience in the fire service and is currently active with the Golden Fire Department in Golden, CO. In addition, he has served in the emergency management field both as a first responder and in state and local government capacities, including positions as Legal Analyst for South Carolina Emergency Management Division and Director of Public Health Preparedness for South Carolina Division of Health and Environmental Control Region 2. He currently serves as an Adjunct Instructor for Emergency Management and Emergency Services graduate and undergraduate programs. Will is an outdoors enthusiast and spends much of time working on Jeeps. He received a B.A. from Furman University and J.D. from Mercer University.

Ginny Schwartzer, MEP
Vice President/Owner

Ginny Schwartzer is Vice President and Owner of All Clear Emergency Management Group. She has nearly ten years of experience in safety and emergency management through positions with the North Carolina Industrial Commission Safety Education Section and as an emergency management consultant working with healthcare, higher education, and private industry clients. Ginny previously served as the System Emergency Manager for Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCL) Health, a health system of nine acute care hospitals, two long term care facilities and more than 200 ambulatory care clinics. Ginny is a FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP), Homeland Security and Exercise Evaluation Program (HSEEP) instructor and Incident Command System instructor. Ginny Schwartzer graduated with honors from North Carolina State University with a B.S. in Meteorology and a minor in Journalism.

Jenny Schmitz, MA, MEP, CO-CEM, HEM
Director of Healthcare Preparedness

Jenny Schmitz is the Director of Healthcare Preparedness at All Clear Emergency Management Group, where she is working diligently to advance the preparedness level in all facets of the healthcare industry. Prior to joining the All Clear team in January 2016, she served as the Director of Safety and the Environment of Care at Denver Health and Hospital Authority in Denver, CO. She was the Safety Officer, Chair of the Environment of Care Committee, and managed all of the emergency preparedness and response planning activities for Denver Health. This role provided her the opportunity to hone her skills in healthcare preparedness and exercise design, as well as respond to real incidents.

Ms. Schmitz received her Master’s Degree in International Studies (with concentrations in Global Health and International Security) from the University of Denver and her B.A. in International Studies from St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN. She is a FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP), Colorado Certified Emergency Manager (CO-CEM) through the Colorado Emergency Management Association, and a Healthcare Environmental Manager (HEM). She also served as the Safety Officer on the Colorado-3 Disaster Medical Assistance Team.

Emily Nuñez Hunt, PMP, MEP
Senior Associate

Emily Nuñez Hunt joined All Clear as a Senior Associate in January 2018. She has extensive experience supporting diverse federal, state, and local programs and has managed emergency preparedness programs, grant programs, and policy driven initiatives. Prior to joining All Clear, Emily provided program management support to the Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology and managed communications and outreach for the Public Safety Communications Research Program. She has a passion for working with organizations to find creative, practical solutions to meet their needs in order to achieve organizational goals. Her areas of expertise include strategic planning, program management, stakeholder engagement, and facilitation. Emily received her B.A. from William and Mary and M.A. in Emergency Management and Homeland Security from Virginia Commonwealth University.

JoAnne Huie, MS
Planning Specialist

JoAnne Huie has been a Planning Specialist with All Clear Emergency Management Group since 2011. She has a bachelor’s degree in Geological Engineering and Geology and Geophysics from the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s Degree in Hydrology from Colorado School of Mines. This technical background serves her well as she strives to make local communities more sustainable and hazard resistant as part of the hazard mitigation planning area of practice. JoAnne is also heavily involved in Conference Management and development and works closely with clients to ensure successful conferences which meet all educational objectives. Frequently serving as the primary point-of-contact for many conference participants, she enjoys finally being able to meet everyone in person, after months of phone calls and emails.

Jake Peterson
Emergency Management Specialist

Jake Peterson has been an Emergency Management Specialist with All Clear Emergency Management Group since February 2017. Jake brings a wide variety of emergency management experience with him. He has held roles in higher education, county level, and state public health level emergency management. While working as part the Ohio State University’s Division of Emergency Management, Jake was responsible for overseeing the completion of all campus building emergency action plans and staffing the Emergency Operations Center during numerous activations. Most recently, Jake was a Public Health Emergency Planner with the Ohio Department of Health’s Office of Health Preparedness where he was the lead planner and project manager for the departments preparations for the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Jake was also responsible for staffing the Department Operations Center during emergencies affecting public health.

Mr. Peterson holds a B.A in International Security and Intelligence from the Ohio State University. He also holds multiple FEMA certifications along with Jeanne Clery Act and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) training certificates. Jake is an avid hockey fan enjoys watching and attending Columbus Blue Jackets games in his free time as well as spending time outdoors with his two dogs.

Matt Caudill, OCEM
Business Development

Matt has been involved in emergency management, public health, and healthcare since 1986. He has expertise in emergency response, hazardous materials handling, CBRNE preparedness, and exercise design and conduct. He has been a certified Hazardous Materials-Technician since 1993 and has worked as a responder and trainer serving local jurisdictions, hospital systems, and general and private industry. Matt served as the Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI) program manager for Franklin County, OH and City of Columbus, OH. and has presented at national conferences relating to hazardous materials decontamination for the health care provider, bioterrorism actions and response.

Matt graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and is an Ohio Certified Emergency Manager (OCEM). He is a member of the Medical Reserve Corps Federal Deployment Cadre. Matt currently serves as an Intelligence Liaison Officer to Ohio Homeland Security and has a current Department of Homeland Security SECRET Clearance.

Jamie Stout
Senior Planning Specialist

Jamie Stout is the Senior Planning Specialist for All Clear Emergency Management. She spent over a decade as the Manager of Planning and Recovery for Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security in Columbus, Ohio. In her tenure at Franklin County, Jamie managed all aspects of the County Emergency Operations Plan including the countywide mitigation plan, the Franklin County THIRA and Integrated Risk Management Program, and hazard specific plans such as hazardous materials, dangerous wild animals, and planning for evacuation and sheltering of the functional needs population. Through her expertise in disaster recovery, Jamie also assisted the 42 local jurisdictions in Franklin County with recovery efforts resulting from major disaster declarations, helping to bring nearly 10 million in public assistance dollars back to the local jurisdictions. Jamie served as the Planning Section Chief as well as the Recovery Section Chief during countless Emergency Operations Center activations for events ranging from localized flooding to Presidentially declared disasters. Previously, she worked for Licking County Health Department (Ohio) as the Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Coordinator and the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator and for the City of Columbus, Ohio with the Watershed Management Section preserving the areas surrounding the three major Franklin County dams.

Jamie has an Associate’s of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management (awarded Summa Cum Laude) from The University of Akron. She lives in the Columbus, Ohio area with her husband and three sons.

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