Austin Snowbarger

Senior Manager of Strategy and Research

disaster risk reduction, humanitarian emergencies, older adults, philanthropy

Austin brings a unique combination of disaster and philanthropy experience to his work as senior manager of strategy and research at the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP).

Prior to joining CDP, Austin supported grantmaking and led learning and evaluation at NextFifty Initiative; a private foundation focused on improving the lives of older adults. Austin’s disaster experience includes managing a shelter recovery project for World Concern in Haiti following Hurricane Matthew and contributing to research outputs for the Age and Disability Capacity Program that aimed to ensure older adults and people with disabilities are included during emergency responses.

Austin holds a master’s degree in Development and Emergency Practice from Oxford Brookes University. His master’s specialization was in disasters, risks and shelter, and primary research included capacity development for disaster risk reduction and resilience in the Philippines.

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