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|Born||February 28, 1984|
St. Paul, MN
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Colin Dunn (born 28 February 1984) is Director of the nonprofit International Mutual Aid, and candidate in the 2021 Salt Lake City Council race
Dunn was born in St. Paul, MN. He served as a Firefighter in the US Air Force, before transferring to Psychological Operations and Human Intelligence in the US Army. Dunn earned a Bachelors of Science in Microbiology during his service. Dunn currently works as a Firefighter for the US Forest Service. He also is active in volunteer cave biosurveys and exploration via the National Speleological Society.
Dunn joined with two other medics to found International Mutual Aid (IMA) in 2014. IMA subsequently responded to the West Africa Ebola Epidemic. Dunn's nonprofit provided epidemic response services in Kono, Sierra Leone, which included running a medical clinic, contact tracing, and pubic education. Dunn has since been active in other IMA projects, including homeless outreach, and infection control advising and PPE training for Salt Lake County's COVID-19 response.