Center for Domestic Preparedness Names New Deputy Superintendent
The Center for Domestic Preparedness names its new deputy superintendent. Kent Davis is an Anniston resident and will assume the new duties as the C-D-P’s deputy superintendent on June 29. In Davis’ current position, he is assigned to FEMA’s Office of Chief Counsel, in Washington, DC., with duty at the CDP. He has served as the CDP’s legal counsel for more than eight years. As the legal counsel for the CDP, Davis is responsible for all legal matters involved in the operation of the center, with over 700 personnel and an annual operating budget of more than $62 million. The C-D-P deputy superintendent position has been vacant since December, when the former deputy superintendent was promoted to superintendent.