Greg Tune

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Greg Tune
American Red Cross
Disaster Services Operations
2025 E Street NW
Washington, DC 20006-5009



Greg Tune manages the Geospatial Technology unit at the American Red Cross, national headquarters, Disaster Operations Center in Washington, DC. The unit is responsible for the organization's mapping needs related to preparedness and response, demographic research, and weather monitoring and tracking. Through this unit, Mr. Tune has developed and maintains numerous disaster and weather-related web sites in support of the organizations wide-ranging activities. Mr. Tune has created a vast array of online maps to support Red Cross disaster relief operations as well as developing the organizations Situational Awareness FLEX map application. He also serves as the primary business owner/subject matter expert for several of Disaster Services, systems-of-record, software applications for disaster statistics, case management and the national shelter system. Mr. Tune has over twenty years of emergency management experience working with the Red Cross, both domestically and internationally, and FEMA. He has directed numerous Red Cross disaster relief operations including Ice Storms in New York, the 2006 Salt Lake Winter Olympics and the Kosovo Refugee operation in Fort Dix, NJ. Mr. Tune is a native of Atlanta, GA. and holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia. Greg has received several awards and recognition for his work in Geospatial Technology including a Special Achievement in GIS award from ESRI and an award for GIS Innovation from the Society of Satellite Professionals International.

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