Troy Neville


Troy Neville

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Troy Neville has been involved with disasters and emergency response for more than 30 years. He began as a volunteer for the American Red Cross Disaster Services, which included planning for and responding to local and regional disasters, as well as serving as an Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer for the American Red Cross at Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency. He was also 30-year volunteer with Manheim Township Fire Rescue, serving in a variety of positions, including Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator – Planning, where he maintained the Township’s Mobile EOC and served in the Planning Section for incidents and planned events, including the USGA US Women’s Open. He also served as a volunteer in the Lancaster County Emergency Management Agency EOC for drills and incidents, including Superstorm Sandy, as well as the Facility Vulnerability Assessment Team of the PA South Central Task Force.

Troy has been working in private-sector continuity planning since 2014 and is currently a Continuity Risk Officer for the 7th largest bank in the U.S. Before transitioning to business continuity full-time, Troy spent 25 years in information technology, which included software development, system implementations, wired and wireless networks, network firewalls and cyber security.

Troy has been certified in business continuity since 2010 and is currently certified as: Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), ISO 22301 Lead Implementer, DRII Certified Instructor (BCLE-OVR), Fire Officer III, Fire Instructor II, and Incident Safety Officer.

Troy has a B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics, and an M.S. in Emergency Management, both from Millersville University.

While in the MSEM program at Millersville, Troy was instrumental in forming the IAEM-USA Student Chapter and served as its first president. He also spearheaded the development of the South Central PA Business Continuity and Emergency Preparedness Conference, now in its eleventh year. This is a collaboration with Millersville University’s Center for Disaster Research and Education, the South Central PA Task Force, and the Mid-Penn Chapter of the Association of Continuity Professionals.