Bryan Murphy-Eustis, MPH, Founder and Executive Director
Bryan Murphy-Eustis has spent the last 15 years supporting both public and private health care organizations in an effort to strengthen their strategy, operational systems, emergency preparedness and planning capabilities. Bryan holds a B.A. from Roehampton University, London, a MPH from Boston University School of Public Health, and a MBA from Oxford University. He has spent much of the past 10 years building resiliency in local, state, and international health organizations, most recently managing the operational design and implementation of the Ebola Response effort for an international NGO in West Africa.
Michael Goldsbury, MPA, Emergency Preparedness Consultant
Michael Goldsbury is an Emergency Management professional with focused experience working with public and private organizations across the country. Michael has worked closely with local, state, and federal entities in support of emergency preparedness, and across all phases of emergency management. He has worked directly with FEMA and the CDC to help develop Public Health disaster response plans, as well as planning guidance. He holds a B.S. from The University of North Carolina at Asheville, and an MPA from The University of North Carolina Charlotte with a focus in Emergency Management.
Karen Contador has 7 years of public health experience working internationally and domestically in both private and public sectors. She has worked with policymakers and agencies from over 50 countries particularly in strengthening health systems through program management, capacity building, improving the quality of health services, and addressing opportunities in organizational structure. She holds a B.S. in Human Physiology from Boston University and is completing her MPH in Health Policy and Law and Global Health. In addition to English she speaks fluent Spanish and is conversational in French and Portuguese.
Catherine Delano, Public Policy, Research and Regulatory Consultant
Catherine Delano is a public health social worker with over seven years of experience focused on youth and substance use/misuse prevention and intervention. She has worked with both state and local public health departments and has particular interest and experience in grant writing and policy research and development. Catherine holds a dual masters in social work and public health from Boston University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). In addition to her formal work, Catherine volunteers for The Child is Innocent, an NGO which supports children’s education and leadership development in post-conflict Northern Uganda.