Timothy Little is a Community Planner with a strong focus in resilience and disaster recovery working with Texas Community Watershed Partners. His passion is helping communities come back whole after disasters. He is originally from Chicagoland by way of rural Missouri. While in Missouri, he lived through the Joplin Tornado of 2011, working in the recovery after the storm. He experienced firsthand some of the challenges that survivors and their communities face when they are faced with utter devastation. Additionally, he spent significant time in Texas working in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. He attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he received a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning. He loves eating noodles, drinking tea, and reading Science Fiction/Cyberpunk novels, yet he hates the font Calibri.