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Andrew Boyarsky


Academic Director
Clinical Associate Professor
Master of Business Admin, Hult International Business School, 1997
Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, 1990
Andrew Boyarsky is Clinical Associate Professor and Academic Director for Risk, Operations, and Emergency Management at the Katz School at Yeshiva university where he employs his years of experience in emergency preparedness, disaster response, and project management. Before joining Yeshiva, Prof. Boyarsky served as the Program Director for Emergency Management Programs at CUNY, where he led large-scale, multi-agency training programs for a range of City agency clients: NYC Office of Emergency Management, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and Human Resources Administration. Among these programs, the Coastal Storm Plan Training project was focused on preparing 69,000 assigned storm staff for work in the emergency sheltering system, post disaster recovery, logistics operations, and mass casualty plans. Prof. Boyarsky was actively involved in the preparations for and response to Hurricanes Irene and Sandy (2011, 2012), leading major efforts, both Citywide and regionally, in developing vital support and management systems for emergency deployment, management, and reporting. In addition to Yeshiva University, he is on the faculty at several colleges of the City University of New York.
Project Management, Emergency Management, Risk Management, Leadership
2011, Michael Ribaudo Award for Information Technology Excellence from The City University of New York 2nd Place Finisher in AI Assisted Training category of the US Federal Virtual Worlds Challenge 2011
A Storm's Approach Hurricane Shelter Training in a Digital Age Boyarsky, Andrew (City Univ. of New York, School of Professional Studies, NY, United States); Burden, David (Daden Ltd., United Kingdom); Gronstedt, Anders (Gronstedt Group, Inc., United States); Jinman, Andrew (Daden Ltd., United Kingdom) https://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=20130008658
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