Ryan Broughton is the Emergency Manager and Homeland Security Director for the City and County of Denver. Ryan is responsible for protecting a working population of over 1 million people and over 250 critical assets spread across 153 square miles, including Denver International Airport and Denver Mountain Parks. Ryan serves as the Chair of the Denver Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) committee, which manages $2.5M in annual homeland security grant funding for the greater Denver metro area, and the Chair of Denver Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). Prior to becoming the Emergency Manager for Denver, Ryan Broughton was the Emergency Manager and Homeland Security Director for the City of San Jose, California; the Senior Emergency Manager for the Headquarters, Department of the Army; the Emergency Management Program Manager for Navy Installations Command; and the Fleet Emergency Manager for U.S. Fleet Forces Command. Ryan has managed and supported numerous incidents during this period, to include Operation Tomodachi; the Fort Hood Shootings; California wildfires; Superstorm Sandy; H1N1 and SARS pandemics; U.S. Capitol anthrax incident; multiple hurricanes including Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Wilma, Ivan, Charley, and Isabel; and other similar emergencies and declared disasters. Ryan has 28 years of experience in emergency services having served as a firefighter, tactical SWAT medic, hazardous materials technician, and rescue specialist in 7 states.
Matthew has worked for the Denver Office of Emergency Management (OEM) with responsibility for a variety of programs including operations, resource management, communications, continuity planning, training, and exercises. He has served as Deputy Director of Denver OEM since 2015. Miller began his professional career with the U.S. Agency for International Development in Washington D.C. where he served as an Information Officer on response teams for humanitarian crises in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Sudan, and Guinea. Additionally, Matthew served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali.
Matthew holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Iowa and an M.B.A. from the Dominican University of California.
Has over 30 years’ in-depth experience in emergency management, educational seminar/media interviews presentations, working with local, state, national government agencies, the private sector, disaster preparedness, mitigation, and damage assessment.
Tim Reutiman joined the Office of Emergency Management in 2016 after serving as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force for over 21 years. His Air Force experience included positions as director of operations, safety manager, training officer, emergency management, and exercise and inspection lead.
Tim has a Master’s degree in Aviation/Aerospace Safety Systems from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Sciences (Human Factors Engineering) from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He currently serves as Co-Chair for the North Central All-Hazards Region/Denver Urban Area Security Initiative Training and Exercise Committee.
Joined the City and County of Denver in 2008 and currently serves as an Emergency Management Coordinator for Denver OEMHS. A Colorado native, he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Technology from Metro State. Passionate for the outdoors, he volunteers for a local mountain search and rescue team, and spends much of his free time exploring this beautiful state with his family.
Lin Bonesteel joined the Office of emergency Management in May of 2009 as the Program Manager for the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI). Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Lin was raised in Lakewood and Littleton. Lin’s family relocated several times during her high school and college years to locations including Riverside, California, Chestertown, Maryland and Phoenix, Arizona.
Prior to arriving at her position in Denver, Lin worked for the Riverside County Fire Department in California overseeing a variety of Local, State and Federal grant programs for the department. Lin holds a Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University in Orange CA.
David Powell serves as the Planning Coordinator for the Denver Office of Emergency Management. His primary responsibility is to maintain the City and County of Denver’s emergency management plans, including the Emergency Operations Plan and Hazard Mitigation Plan. Prior to joining Denver OEM, David worked for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Management Office and the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management. David is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Administration degree from North Carolina State University as well as a Graduate Certificate in Public Policy.