Areas of Focus:
Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery
IT Security, Supply Chain Resilience and Enterprise Risk Management
Strategic advice on mergers, acquisitions and private equity investments
Business Continuity and Pandemic Planning
Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency (2007-2009)
Counselor to the Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency (2006- 2009)
Homeland Security Policy Analyst, U.S. Senate (2002-2003)
Surface Warfare Officer, U.S. Navy (1997-2002)
Nathaniel T.G. Fogg comes to the Chertoff Group after two and a half years serving in a senior operating role at FEMA where he was instrumental in restructuring the agency and improving its response and recovery capabilities in the wake of the federal response to Hurricane Katrina. He was significantly involved in the development and execution of successful evacuation and sheltering plans for Louisiana and Texas during Hurricanes Gustav and Ike in 2008, and numerous other effective responses to natural disasters and emergencies around the country.
Prior to FEMA, Mr. Fogg was a management consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton where he provided corporate and government clients with IT security, enterprise risk management and business continuity planning advice. He also served as a homeland security policy analyst for the U.S. Senate. Before that he was an officer in the U.S. Navy serving as Damage Control Assistant on the USS Cole, where he helped train the crew that saved the ship from sinking after terrorists blew a 40 foot hole in the side of the ship in Aden, Yemen, and as Operations Officer onboard a destroyer in the Arabian Gulf after the 9/11 attacks. Mr. Fogg holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a B.A. from Yale University.