Philanthropic Response to Disasters: Gifts, Givers, and Consequences, Edited by Alexandra Williamson, Diana Leat, and Susan D. Phillips


  • Jason D. Rivera John Jay College of Criminal Justice



Disaster Philanthropy, Nonprofit Management, Social Equity

Author Biography

  • Jason D. Rivera, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

    Jason D. Rivera is an associate professor of public management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY. He is the lead of the emergency management specialization in the MPA program and an affiliated faculty member of the MS in emergency management program at John Jay College. Rivera’s research continually focuses on the nexus of social equity, public administration, and emergency management practices and policies. Samples of his work can be found in Public Administration Review, State & Local Government Review, the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, and the International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, to name a few. In 2022, Rivera published his most recent edited volume, Disaster and Emergency Management Methods: Social Science Approaches in Application.






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