Ms. Treber has over 25 years of experience in Emergency Public Health and Medical Preparedness and Emergency Management. She started her career as an Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic working in pre-hospital and hospital settings throughout the National Capital Region and has responded to thousands of calls for emergency service, including the attack on the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the Amtrak Train Derailment in Kensington, Maryland in July 2002, and Hurricane Isabel in September 2003.
She has worked in Federal, State, local, and private sector settings for the last 20 years. She worked for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as both an employee and contractor helping to develop national level policy on domestic preparedness and leading operational response planning for managing the public health and medical consequences of disasters and emergencies. Following her federal service, Ms. Treber held numerous senior leadership positions for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including the State Public Health Preparedness Director and Special Assistant to the Governor, for Emergency Preparedness, where she was responsible for ensuring governmental and community resiliency from all hazards emergencies and disasters.
Currently, as the Senior Director of Emergency Management, Public Health Preparedness, and Resilience for ICF, she helps clients develop programs and policies, evaluate program effectiveness, engage stakeholders, and develop response plans, training, and exercises to improve our national resilience to disasters and emergencies. Ms. Treber is the Project Director for the ICF team supporting ASPR TRACIE.
Ms. Treber also serves as adjunct faculty for the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Department of Emergency Health Services, where she teaches graduate courses in Disaster Management.