Lindsay Kuck

Lindsay Kuck

Lindsay Kuck

Professorial Lecturer


Lindsay Kuck is an experienced Homeland Security professional with over 20 years of experience in Emergency Management and Homeland Security working in multiple levels of government. Her areas of expertise include homeland security, emergency management, risk and vulnerability analysis, all-hazards planning, contingency response planning, continuity of operations planning, situational awareness, building effective cross-agency collaboration within the government and private sectors, and law.

Lindsay previously worked at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) where she led planning and situational awareness efforts in the FEMA National Response Coordination Center (NRCC) for several large-scale domestic and international incident response efforts.

Lindsay also served as the Homeland Security Strategic Planner for the Tampa Bay Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) performing risk and capability analysis for the Tampa Bay Urban Area in support of the Homeland Security UASI grant program.

Lindsay retired from the United States Air National Guard where her primary role in the Air Force was Emergency Management and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) defense.

Lindsay is currently an Emergency Management Specialist at the Administrative Office of the US Courts where she provides emergency management support to Federal Courts across the Nation.

In addition to serving as an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University, Lindsay is also a licensed attorney and has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2014.

  • J.D., Stetson University College of Law
  • B.S., Southwestern College, Business Administration
  • A.A.S, Community College of the Air Force, Emergency Management
  • Homeland Security
  • Emergency Management
  • Critical Infrastructure Security and Protection
  • Law