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A Principal of the crisis management and threat assessment firm eA Risk Management Group since 2008, Joshua M. Eudowe consults and works directly with clients on a wide range of concerns, including risk analysis, threat assessments, emergency preparedness, continuity planning, and workplace and school safety. Before joining eA Risk Management Group, Joshua M. Eudowe worked as a consultant for almost 18 years, advising clients in strategic development, human relations, client relationship management, and senior-level operations. Mr. Eudowe also holds a number of advanced certifications in security, threat assessment, and crisis prevention and management. Joshua M. Eudowe attended the Stern School of Business at New York University and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology. A former Certified Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and Instructor, Joshua M. Eudowe has 13 years of experience in emergency medical services as well as 14 years of experience as a Critical Incident Stress Counselor. A graduate of California's Gavin de Becker & Associates academy, he holds Workplace Assessment of Violence Risk (WAVR-21) certification, a Certificate in Critical Incident Management and Crisis Negotiations, and a variety of other certifications in emergency and critical response training. Joshua M. Eudowe belongs to the American Psychological Association, the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, and the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology. An experienced athlete, he enjoys CrossFit, mountain biking, trail running, and a range of martial arts disciplines including Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Krav Maga, Mixed Martial Arts, and Hapkido. He also pursues photography in his spare time. Mr. Eudowe founded and serves as President of Early Advantage Children’s Foundation, an organization working to help children with anxiety disorders. 

Work experience

Jan 2007Present


eA Risk Management Group


Jan 2009Present


Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Jan 2011Present


Illinois School of Professional Psychology
Jul 1999Sep 2001


New York University