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Research Fellow
Northwest Missouri State University
Savannah Baker

Savannah Baker is a sophomore honors student double majoring in Emergency and Disaster Management and Geographic Information Science at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. In addition to being a member of the Society of Presidential Scholars, EDM Club, and Sigma Society, she was the 2019 undergraduate recipient of the IAEM Robert C Bohlman, CEM, Scholarship for Service in Emergency Management. Her research interests include the statistical analysis of vulnerable populations, digital mapping, international relief, and counter terrorism. She has immersed herself in every opportunity for hands on training, including participating in four full-immersion, simulation-based field training exercises coordinated by the Consortium for Humanitarian Service and Education. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers, cooking, crafting, volunteering, and pursuing things other people think are impossible. Her ideal career would combine her two fields of study while saving the world at the same time.