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Jennifer Stagg
Emergency Management Senior Planner

Jennifer Stagg began her career in the public sector in 2002 at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia, working under the agency which would soon become the Department of Homeland Security, as a Training Technician with the (former) U.S. Customs Service Training Academy.



She parlayed her experiences working in government at the federal level in service to her hometown community of Jacksonville, Florida by joining the Duval County Emergency Preparedness Division in 2006, thus beginning her career in emergency management and her most fascinating and rewarding work yet.



Jennifer brings her expertise in training, program management, and planning to the Flagler County Emergency Management team. She has responded to a wide range of real world scenarios and uses her laid back and jovial nature to effectively handle these stressful situations. Jennifer has been involved with volunteer groups specific to emergency management and has written a nationally recognized model program.



Jennifer is honored to give back to the community and be a part of such an important mission. She enjoys teaching the citizens of Flagler about being prepared for all hazard events and keeping everyone safe and happy.



JStagg@FlaglerCounty.org

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