Warren Acuncius

Lecturer, Jackson School of International Studies

About

Warren has worked for USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) since 2013, most recently as the Lead Humanitarian Assistance Advisor/Military to the Department of Defense USIndoPacific Command in Oahu, HI. He has a background in domestic emergency management with FEMA and specializes in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, high yield explosives (CBRNE) disaster planning. Warren facilitates approximately 15 Joint Humanitarian Operations Courses (JHOC) a year and co-facilitates the United Nations’ Civil Military Coordination Course for an international audience. He has supported numerous international disaster relief efforts in both a government and NGO capacity. Warren was a 2018 Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security – Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity program. He is from Washington State and is a graduate of the Evans School and Western Washington University.


Education

  • University of Washington, Master's in Public Administration,