Director, Emergency Management
Mr. Graviet currently serves as the Emergency Management Director for the University of Utah and is responsible for emergency response planning and preparedness for incidents and events at the University.
In 2008 Mr. Graviet was appointed by Mayor Peter Corroon to serve as the Salt Lake County Emergency Services Director and was responsible for the county emergency management program. While in this role he served as Co-Chair of the Salt Lake Urban Area Working Group, Executive Director of the Salt Lake Valley Homeland Security Grants Council and was a board member of the State, Local, Tribal, Territorial, and Governmental Coordinating Council for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Graviet is a retired Major from the Utah Department of Public Safety and served in key leadership roles in Homeland Security, Emergency Management, Investigations, and Peace Officer Standards and Training. He was the commander of the department’s Special Emergency Response Team and served on the 2002 Winter Olympic Tactical
With a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Mr. Graviet is also a graduate of the Northwestern Police Staff and Command College and FEMA’s Emergency Management Executive Academy. He is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) through the International Association of Emergency Managers and State of Utah (UCEM).
Associate Director, Emergency Management
Stuart Moffatt has served as the Associate Director of Emergency Management for the University of Utah since 2010 and has responsibilities in planning, training and exercises. He is also the technical and operational lead for Campus Alert, the U’s emergency mass notification system.
Mr. Moffatt has served on local, regional, and national committees in emergency management. He holds a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) designation from the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), has served as a regional representative for the IAEM University and College Caucus, and has spoken at the IAEM-UCC conference. Stuart also holds a Utah Certified Emergency Manager (UCEM) designation and has been an active participant in the Utah Emergency Management Association (UEMA) as a technical committee board member and conference speaker. From 2008-2011 he was an advisor for the HAZUS Open Source Software Committee and in 2009 was honored with the HAZUS Innovations Award. In 2007, he was selected by FEMA as a National Evaluator for the Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Grant Program. In 2019, he was a guest speaker at the Rave Mobile Safety User Summit and addressed the innovations the U has made in mass notification. He is currently a member of the Salt Lake Valley WebEOC Technical Committee and the chair of the University of Utah GIS Subcommittee.
Prior to his career in emergency management, Mr. Moffatt spent 15 years in the Canadian high-tech industry as a web software developer. In his spare time, he has developed open-source software in the field of disaster management and climate change. He holds an Honors B.Sc. in Disaster Management from the University of Utah.