Junkerman, Marc

Marc is a faculty member of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation in Ellicott City, MD.  He retired as a law enforcement commander after 28 years of service which included over 14 years in various peer support/Critical Incident Stress Management roles at the local, state, and regional level.   During his tenure, he placed a special emphasis on advocating for resilience centric management and leadership primarily within the public safety and public service arenas.  This has led to the development and fielding of his Planning to Thrive (P2T) program designed to assist individuals and organizations in creating cultures of wellness.  He has been fortunate to serve as a presenter, trainer, and consultant for various clients and organizations throughout North America.

Marc is a US Army veteran who holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Lebanon Valley College (PA) as well as a graduate degree in Management and a graduate certificate in Leadership Studies from Johns Hopkins University (MD).  He is also an active volunteer with the Saratoga Warhorse and Horses in Public Service programs operating in Maryland.