Daryl Yoder-Bontrager, Ph.D. Candidate, Disaster Science & Management
Ph.D. Candidate, Disaster Science & Management
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Daryl Yoder-Bontrager is a doctoral student in the Disaster Science and Management program at the University of Delaware. Prior to beginning academic studies he worked for over 20 years in disaster and community development work with Mennonite Central Committee in its Latin America programs, including leading the organization’s response to Hurricane Mitch in Central America and the 2010 Haiti earthquake. He is currently collaborating on a multi-disciplinary National Science Foundation funded study focused on improving tornado warning methods. Yoder-Bontrager’s research interests include international disaster management, NGO coordination, the intersection of disaster and development, and the effect of time and space on hazard response.
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