Emma Singh (nee Phillips)

Emma Singh is a PhD student at Risk Frontiers investigating critical infrastructure disruption during natural hazard events, with a particular interest in the implications of network failure for emergency response during and community recovery after a disaster.

Emma joined Risk Frontiers five years ago and was lead author on the Risk Register discussion paper for the Risk Assessment, Measurement and Mitigation Sub-Committee and the NSW Attorney General’s Department. She was also the project manager for the NSW SES report looking into the March 2011 Illawarra South Coast flash flooding event.

Emma currently has a Master of Science in Earth Science from Massey University, New Zealand, where she looked at the impacts of future volcanic debris avalanche events at Mount Ruapehu, New Zealand.