A “500-Year Flood” Could Happen again Sooner Than You Think. 8/28/2017, New York Times
“500-year_ rain events are happening more often than you think, CBS This Morning 9/8/2017
With 155 MPH Winds, Hurricane Irma is Among Strongest, NBC Nightly News, 9/8/2017
Facing at least $10 billion in flood insurance claims: Former FEMA Deputy, CNBC Squawk on the Street, 8/30/2017
Could Texas-level Flooding Happen in DC?, Fox5 News, 8/29/2017
Could Washington, DC survive if a major hurricane hits?, Fox5 news, 9/22/2017
UMD students and faculty are coming together to help Hurricane Harvey victims, The Diamondback, 9/7/2017
University of Maryland on How to Prepare for a Hurricane
Interviewed by USA Today at University of Maryland on Hurricane Dangers. Click Here for the interview.
Wrote a blog for Dawson & Associates titled “White House flood order: Learning from “disasters that didn’t happen“”
Helped evaluate proposals for Rebuild by Design, an urban planning and design competition. Read about the competition: Rebuild by Design: Reexamining Resilience
Appointed as Commissioner for US PIANC
Appointed as first US and first female chair of the PIANC Inland Commission. Click Here for a link to the bulletin.
Interviewed by the AAWRE for National Engineers Week