Monica Sanders is the founder of The Undivide Project, an organization dedicated to the legal and policy changes needed to address the intersections between digital and climate equity. She also teaches Law, Policy and Practice in Disasters and Complex Emergencies at the Georgetown University Law Center. Previously, she held an associate professor appointment at the University of Delaware and was faculty at the Washington and Lee University School of Law. Monica was a Senior Committee Counsel for both the House of Representatives and Senate Committees on Homeland Security. She holds degrees from the University of Miami, the Catholic University of America, Harvard Law School, and University College London.
Inconsistent data collection makes disaster resilience more challenging than it needs to be. By opening up and making this data consistent, the Biden-Harris Administration can change the way we prepare and mitigate disaster for the better.