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COL (R) Jay George

COL (R) James “Jay” George


Jay George has over 27 years of experience in executive leadership, training, operations, human resource services, logistics, maintenance, and program management, retiring from the U.S. Army as a Colonel.  As Director, Training and Education, Jay acts as DP&R’s Program Manager for disaster management activities, ensuring exercise and response subject matter expertise in the areas of international disaster response and humanitarian assistance operations, humanitarian civil-military coordination, and military support to civilian-led international Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief operations.  He also serves as DP&R’s Program Manager in support to the U.S. Army’s effort to build regional and partner nation resiliency against the consequence of disasters.

Jay is a combat veteran with over 9 years of executive management experience in the Pacific Rim and Southeast Asia.  He has led and managed organizations comprised of up to 5,000 personnel as well as organizations providing services to over 22,000 customers. He has successfully led training organizations focused on individual and collective training of U.S. Army Combat units, Initial Entry Soldiers, all National Guard and Army Reserve units in the Pacific Area of Operations, as well as Partner nation Soldiers and Leaders in Iraq and the Philippines.  Jay also has led national-level negotiations in Southeast Asia on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).

Jay’s vast expertise and unique skills include serving as a Defense Coordinating Officer for DoD, where he was the focal point for all DoD responses to disasters in the Pacific.  Working with U.S. military components, Federal agencies, and state and territorial governments, Jay was responsible for coordinating all military disaster response efforts, including those in American Samoa in the aftermath of the 2009 Tsunami.

Jay holds a Masters in Public Administration from Troy State University, and a B.S. from the United States Military Academy at West Point.  He is also a graduate of the U.S.  Army’s Command and General Staff College.