Dr. Darian Senn-Carter is a certified First Responder/EMT and currently a Professor of Homeland Security and Criminal Justice. He serves as an advisor, volunteer and mentor in a number of programs throughout the community. Dr. Senn-Carter has over 15 years of comprehensive experience in education, the public and private sector.
A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Senn-Carter served as an Emergency Planner and is National Incident Management System, Incident Command System and Community Emergency Response Team trained. In this role, he led planning tasks and collaborated with many government agencies across the state and federal government to develop, maintain and implement emergency plans such as Emergency Operations, All-Hazards Preparedness, City Readiness, Continuity of Operations, Strategic National Stockpile, Mass Fatality and Epidemiology Bio-Surveillance.
Dr. Senn-Carter is a nationally recognized leader and proven community organizer. As a member of the City Council Dr. Senn-Carter is the Council liaison to the Arts Committee and the Community Outreach Committee. With the understanding that the residents of Bowie are impacted by every initiative and decision, he works to bring a philosophy of community engagement and strategic planning to ensure the unity, progress, and growth of the City of Bowie, to transform the lives of others to build a better future.
Dr. Senn-Carter has earned a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from Edgewood College, a Master of Science in Homeland Security Management from Towson University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology & Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is a resident of the Enfield Chase community of Bowie.