Frank Galloway

Project Manager & Subject Matter Expert

Frank Galloway is an experienced emergency management professional with ten years of experience working with national, regional, state, local, and private sector organizations. He has extensive partnership development and strategic planning experience, and has a proven track record of rigorous high quality research.


  1. University of Texas / Arlington, BA, Business Administration / German

  2. University of Texas / Arlington, MA, Business Administration / German / Linguistics

      Frank Galloway

Affiliations & Memberships (Past & Present):

  1. Maritime Administration (MARAD) Certified Instructor

  2. American Association of Ports Authorities

  3. US State Department Overseas Security & Advisory Council

  4. Maritime Security Council


  1. Florida Statewide Seaport Security Assessment, Florida Office of Drug Control and Division of Emergency Management, 2010

  2. Frontline Responders Training Course - Terrorism Awareness: Protecting the U.S. Public Transportation System, Department of Homeland Security, 2007

Years of Experience:  20+

Professional Experience:

In addition to serving on our Training, Government, and Maritime Practice Groups, Mr. Galloway directs Risk Assessment Systems and supervises all RAM-created threat and vulnerability studies.

In 2010 Mr. Galloway headed up the Quality Control effort for New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) Catastrophic Earthquake planning at FEMA Headquarters in Washington, DC. His efforts coordinated the integration of FEMA Regions IV, V, VI, and VII Operational Plans with the National Earthquake Plan. Frank coordinated with regional planners as they developed draft plans thus ensuring a common organization of content, which will facilitate response to a NMSZ catastrophic scenario.

Mr. Galloway worked as Senior Intelligence Analyst at Transystems, a leading security-consulting provider, where he was responsible for supervising efforts relating to clients’ security plans, security assessments, and security-related curriculum development.

While at TranSystems, Mr. Galloway led the Dallas Area Rapid Transit in the performance of three NIMS-compliant tabletop exercices and a Full Scale Exercise, consulting with local agencies and municipalities on state and federal NIMS requirements, and authoring the DHS-required documentation.

On behalf of the Office of Emergency Management within the Florida Office of Drug Control, Mr. Galloway assessed the current State of Florida’s port security compared to 1999 when state-mandated security requirements were enacted (FS311.12). The project explored overlaps with the Maritime Transportation Security Act, and provided recommendations to streamline port security requirements, while maintaining a robust response to terrorist threats thus increasing the economic competitiveness of Florida’s ports. The Florida Senate sub-committee for Military Affairs and Domestic Security reviewed the report in April, 2010 commenting on its high quality and fairness.

Among Mr. Galloway’s other accomplishments was his work authoring and managing the production of Frontline Responders Training Course: Terrorism Awareness: Protecting the U.S. Public Transportation System (2007) under DHS Grant AWR-150. The project included the development of a participant workbook, training videos and pocket guides for Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. He transformed raw content into a participant workbook; and liaised with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and with the multimedia production company on the development of the related media products.

Mr. Galloway also worked with the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink) in 2006 and again in 2009 to provide domestic preparedness guidance. This entailed conducting security awareness drills and exercises, showcased in two Table Top Exercises (TTX). The goal of the TTXs was to evaluate Metrolink’s emergency operations plan in the face of a terrorist attack to its railway system. His team performed the TTXs and recommended necessary changes to Metrolink’s emergency operation plan. Mr. Galloway ensured that the After Action Report adhered to Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation Program (HSEEP) protocols. He also developed a Terrorism Activity Recognition and Reaction course that is currently provided to over 800 Metrolink employees.

Mr. Galloway achieved status as a Doctoral Candidate (Phd) in Education from the University of Miami in 2003. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Germanics and Linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington, Texas. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Germanics from the same university.

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