Harrison County, Ohio

Emergency Management Deputy Director

Deputy Director - Jeremy Kulow

Mr. Jeremy Kulow serves as the Deputy Director, Harrison County Emergency Management Agency and Office of Homeland Security.  In addition to assisting the Director in the day to day operations, Mr. Kulow administers the Tier II Chemical Reporting Program for Harrison County.  The aim of this program is to protect the public health and environment by providing current and accurate information about hazardous chemicals and their health effects and by ensuring that the regulated community complies with the requirements of the state and federal community right-to-know laws.  

Additionally, Mr. Kulow currently serves as Chairman of the Harrison County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC).  Under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), the Harrison County LEPC is responsible for the development of an emergency response plan, reviewing the plan at least annually, and providing information about chemicals in the community to citizens.

Prior to joining Harrison County Emergency Management Agency, Mr. Kulow spent 10 years as a Senior Analyst and Investigator with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, where his work supported the National Insider Threat Program.  Mr. Kulow previously served as Special Assistant for Security with the Department of the Navy's Judge Advocate General Office, as well as a Senior Consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton's National Security Team.  As an independent investigative consultant, his clients have included the U.S. Custom's Border Patrol, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Mr. Kulow currently lives in Hopedale with his wife Holli and their five children.  He attended Wheeling Jesuit University and Belmont College.  Mr. Kulow is a Navy veteran, having served 10 years in the Signal Intelligence program.  He is a graduate of the Defense Security Service Academy, Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center, the National Cryptologic School, as well as the Expeditionary Warfare Training Group.