Ray Browning is an expert on logistical and medical countermeasures used in response to pandemics and acts of terrorism. He was first introduced to biological agents and medical countermeasures (MCM) in the U.S. Marine Corps, which served him when he moved into public health emergency preparedness. While serving as a local public health emergency preparedness coordinator, Browning was responsible for local ESF-8 planning, exercise and response. He developed a regional MCM plan, trained personnel and conducted exercises for a Local Distribution Site that served eight counties. While working for the Texas Department of State Health Services, he served as a regional preparedness coordinator for Health Service Region 2/3, which includes the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. He has served in various volunteer and professional capacities during hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike, and Harvey, coordinated volunteer response to West Texas wildfires in 2011, which included evacuation of multiple healthcare facilities. He earned his bachelor’s in business administration from LeTourneau University and his master’s in divinity from Hardin Simmons University. He is a Texas A&M Certified Training Professional.
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