Del Schwalls is President of Schwalls Consulting LLC, with more than 16 years of experience in floodplain management, hydrologic and hydraulic analyses, and water resources engineering. He has developed floodplain modeling and mapping across the nation, and specializes in conducting independent QA/QC of FEMA Flood Risk projects and Flood Insurance Studies (FISs). He has prepared numerous LOMAs, LOMRs, and CLOMRs across the Southeast US, and began his career in D.C. reviewing LOMRs and FISs for FEMA. Mr. Schwalls conducts trainings across Florida and up to New England on accurately completing FEMA Elevation Certificates (ECs) and addressing EC deficiencies. In addition, he has extensive experience with the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) grant program, and served as a subject matter expert (SME) in HMA grants and FEMA benefit cost analysis for the States of Vermont and Colorado. He also assists communities with implementing, managing, and improving their overall CRS programs. Mr. Schwalls is currently the Hydrology SME to the Florida Commission on Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology. He holds a BS in environmental engineering from Mercer University, is a registered PE in FL, AL, GA, and SC, and became a CFM in 2003. He is the Region 4 Director for ASFPM, Vice-Chair of FFMA, Co-Chair of the FFMA CRS/Insurance Committee, and served as an FFMA Regional Director for six years.