Saint Louis University

 Harlan Dolgin


Harlan Dolgin, JD, CBCP, has been a Certified Business Continuity Professional since 2003. In 2006, he was Founder and Co-Chair of PandemicPrep.Org, a not-for-profit organization working to prepare the St. Louis region for our nation's next pandemic. PandemicPrep.Org is the nation's leading grassroots pandemic planning organization and a trusted partner with FEMA, HHS, Department of Homeland Security, and OSHA. In April 2009, he became Executive Director of the organization. He is also a member of the Community Pandemic Planning Readiness Sub-Committee formed by the State of Missouri Dept. of Health and Senior Services.

Mr. Dolgin has been President of Dolgin Consulting LLC since January 2009, specializing in consulting with businesses in the areas of Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Emergency Management and Pandemic Preparedness. He was the Americas IT Service Continuity Manager for the Global Operations Department at Thomson Reuters from July 2004 to December 2008. He began working in the business continuity field in 1999 at US Bank, and continued with WellPoint in 2001, before joining Thomson Reuters. Prior to his technology and business continuity career, Mr. Dolgin practiced civil and trial law for eight years. He has maintained his law license with the State of Missouri since 1986.

Michael Rozier, SJ

Salus Center Room # 456
Saint Louis University School of Public Health
Tel:(314) 977-4028


Michael is an instructor with an appointment to both departments in the School of Public Health. In the Department of Health Management and Policy he is working on a new graduate-level academic program in Community Benefit.

As the only Jesuit, Catholic School of Public Health in the United States, SLU SPH is positioned to help health care administrators work through the financial necessity of community benefit as well as its mission-oriented possibilities.

In the Department of Community Health he is developing new courses in global health for undergraduate students. His areas of research focus on goal-setting and resource allocation in low-income countries, the relationship of medical missions to the local health systems they serve, and the ways public health ethics frames health challenges differently than medical ethics.

In addition to his training in public health, Michael's time at SPH is part of his formation as a Jesuit. Since entering the Jesuits in 2003, Michael has worked and studied in the US, Canada, Switzerland and throughout Central America.