Micah started at the Adrienne Arsht—Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center in January 2022 as a Young Global Professional intern, focusing on extreme heat initiatives and policy development.
His interest in resilience stems from the FEMA training he completed to serve on the Urban Services board in Louisville, Kentucky. He has previously worked in consulting and education, both in the US and in Russia. He currently works for the federal government as an analyst.
He is finishing a Master of Public Administration, focusing on community resilience and planning, at the University of Vermont. Originally from Kentucky, he is interested in resilience planning for regional governments and how this develops communities across all levels.