• Research Staff Member with the Science and Technology Policy Institute in Washington, DC; served as a strategic advisor to multiple government agencies and businesses on intra- and inter-organizational knowledge strategies and author of 40+ research papers, peer-reviewed research articles, and technology case studies; Visiting Associate faculty member at the National Defense University’s Information Resource Management College.
• 14+ years leading enterprise collaboration projects, strategic and emergency operations, $61M+ budget formulations, research efforts, and inter-organizational knowledge sharing endeavors; received the CDC Director’s Agency-Wide Honor Award in 2004, DHHS Secretary’s Award in 2004 for SARS and monkeypox response and in 2002 for anthrax response the year prior.
• IT Chief for the CDC’s Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Program (BPRP), led program’s technology response to 9/11, anthrax, West Nile, SARS; completed a PhD in Information Systems, foci included systems for improved responses to national security, public health, and international emergencies.
• Post-Doctoral Research Associate at MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence and Harvard’s Leadership for a Networked World in 2008; served as a Visiting Associate and Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar to the U.K. with the University of Oxford’s Internet Institute in 2007; received “Best Paper, KM Track” at the 2007 International Conference on Information Systems and nominated for best paper overall; Deployed to Afghanistan for 120 days in early 2009 as a Special Advisor to a Brigadier General overseeing Strategic Effects for both NATO’s International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and U.S. Forces Afghanistan.
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