Elizabeth Dunn

University of South Florida

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Elizabeth Dunn’s experiences involve grassroots initiatives for development and disaster response, conducting needs assessments, data analysis, and utilizing that information to provide consultation for program development and/or identifying innovative solutions to improve current practices. She serves as an instructor at the University of South Florida College of Public Health, focusing on disaster management, humanitarian relief, and homeland security. Dunn's research interests include examining and evaluating disaster management systems working primarily with vulnerable populations, community engagement and multidisciplinary collaboration, and examining how the built environment and social determinants impact at-risk neighborhoods, population movements, and resettlement (i.e., evacuation orders, IDPs/refugees, human trafficking).