Author, facilitator, Disaster relief Technologist
Preparing for a few disruptions will prepare you for any disaster. We prepare better when we prepare together.
Aaron Titus is a proud husband and father of eight children. A disaster relief technologist, he is the Executive Director of Crisis Cleanup, an open-source disaster relief platform that enables volunteers to help more people after disasters.
He is the President of Mountain West Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (MWVOAD), a multi-state coalition of disaster relief organizations. As a former member of the New Jersey VOAD, he coordinated Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Irene response efforts for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is also an attorney and privacy advocate.
Aaron enjoys volunteering, singing, organizing coalitions, web programming, and being a very silly dad.