Dwayne Judice is a consulting professional, with more than 28 years of experience in numerous disaster recovery, property damage settlement and risk management. As a Senior Consultant at Emergent Method, Dwayne is responsible for supporting both the Production and Quality Management teams on the ReBuild North Carolina Disaster Recovery Program, generating client reporting and presentations, automation of reporting and quality control reviews. Dwayne simultaneously served as the Temporary Housing Assistance Lead for the Restore Louisiana Disaster Recovery Program.
Prior to joining the firm in 2021, Dwayne served as a Senior Consultant at Postlethwaite & Netterville. In this role, he served as a Case Manager Supervisor for the Restore Louisiana Disaster Recovery Office, allocating funds from HUD’s Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program. He provided various roles to the program, primarily leading a team of case managers in performance and productivity while conducting ongoing team training to keep all levels of staff proficient with changing regulations and requirements. Dwayne simultaneously served as part of the quality assurance team for a COVID-19 pandemic relief effort in Fort Bend County, Texas, and previously as a senior financial analyst and team lead for the Deepwater Horizon Economic and Property Damages Settlement program.
Dwayne served as a Risk Manager for Enterprise Holdings for 14 years, responsible for hiring, training, and overseeing both the claims and vehicle repair departments. He was instrumental in cost control, rental training, claims management and risk manager development in two different award-winning regions in Texas.
Dwayne earned his master’s degree in Accounting from Southern New Hampshire University and his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Southeastern Louisiana University.