NPA’s founder and current Managing Director, Lee Rosenberg, has seen firsthand, the devastation that’s caused by major hurricanes, immense wildland fires and pandemics.
He founded NPA to improve the capability of communities to address events that disrupt the critical infrastructure systems that support our lives.
Mr. Rosenberg’s experience includes…
Served 30 years in the United States Navy. He commanded the destroyer, USS Elliot, and Assault Craft Unit 5 at Camp Pendleton. Prior to retiring as a Captain, he served as the Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Plans and Exercises for U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area. Mr. Rosenberg is a combat Veteran of Operation Desert Storm.
Provided disaster response support, as a FEMA Region IX Federal Coordinating Officer, Mr. Rosenberg delivered Stafford Act Federal program administration and aid to states for numerous disasters. He was instrumental in supporting FEMA’s transition to an operational agency in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and was instrumental in supporting enactment of the Post Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act.