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Arlington, Virginia, United States
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August 21, 2018

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LAUREN N. GUERRIDO

DHS USCIS PUBLIC TRUST – FULLY ADJUDICATED

ac6reg@r.postjobfree.com - 904-***-**** - 2772 Bordeaux Place, Woodbridge, VA 22192 EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS

Atlanta University Center Dual Degree Engineering Program (AUC DDEP) University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI Aug 2016

B.S.E. in Engineering Physics, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Concentration Spelman College – Atlanta, GA May 2013

B.S. in Physics, Advanced Theoretical Experiments Concentration ICAgile Oct 2016

ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) – Agile Fundamentals RELAVENT Math: Calculus I, II, III, IV; Differential Equations; Linear Algebra COURSES: Physics: Physics I, II; Optics; Oscillation and Waves; Classical Mechanics; Thermal Physics; Theoretical Physics; Computational Physics; Quantum Mechanics

Nuclear Engineering: Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences I, II; Nuclear Instruments Lab; Applications of Radiation; Radiation Shielding; Engineering Principals of Radiological Imaging; Radiological Dose Assessment & Response; Radiological Health Engineering Fundamentals Other: Matlab; C++; Thermodynamics; General Chemistry I, II; Social Systems and Energy; Energy, Technology, & Politics SKILLS

SOFTWARE Health Physics: Areal Locations of Hazardous Atmospheres (ALOHA), Complex Hazardous Air Release Model (CHARM), HotSpot, IMBA, Microshield, Micro Skyshine, RESRAD, STELLA, Varskin Nuclear Engineering: MCNP 6

Other: ArcGIS, C++, Gaussian 09W Software, GeoStat+, Google Earth, Jira, MATLAB, Mathematica, Microsoft (MS) Office, MS Project, MS Visio, ORTEC MAESTRO MCA Software, SharePoint, Slack, VPython PROFESSIONAL Agile Delivery Management, Agile Methodologies, Project Management, Technical Writing, Technical Presentations PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

WORK Technology Consulting Senior Analyst – Accenture Federal Services, Alexandria, VA Oct 2016 – Present Department of Homeland Security – FAR: Jaeger – Security Compliance Liaison Jun 2018 – Present

• Has intimate knowledge of security scanning process for project AWS instances

• Works with client to facilitate security compliance protocol with DevOps and Architecture teams across project

• Develops all security accreditation documents and updates documentation as delivery systems approach production

• Modernizes project security plan to exceed current delivery system requirements as standardized by agency Department of Homeland Security – Program Management Operations (PMO) – Programs Liaison Oct 2016 – Jun 2016

• Assisted in leading an Agile Scrum stand-up of PMO over a client portfolio of over 5 major client projects within 90 day transition periods

• Supervised 4 summer analysts as they created Immigration/Refugee Dashboard in D3, using Open-Source US immigration datasets

• Interfaced with Client Account Leads (CALs), Program Managers (PMs), and stakeholders to facilitate compliance with program deliverables and more effective vender management practices, thereby reducing processing cycles by 33%

• Mapped and reengineered business processes to align with growth and acquisition driven organizational changes

• Led compliance and strategic initiatives associated with Client Data Protection (CDP) and security policy prioritization

• Tracked client roadmap deliverable completions and documentations through deliverable repository, FedRM

• Provided analysis of data influencing key performance indicators and contractual compliance issues to improve forecast model and monitor impacts

• Worked as Staffing Strategist to identify positions to be filled; managed the process of identifying candidates for the program to include the subcontractor sourcing process for 2 FAR projects

• Implemented orientation activities, ensured process documentation is up-to-date, overseen analysts’ tasks, supported engagement activities for over 400 resources across 5 major client projects Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Coordinator – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Sep 2014 - Jul 2016 School of Kinesiology – Graduate School

• Developed and assessed 1500 climate surveys for students, faculty, and staff on diversity and inclusion efforts and resources in the School of Kinesiology

• Created a student based diversity network that increased inclusion activities and access to resources for all students in Kinesiology by 250%

• Through the development of new recruitment programs/partnerships with minority institutions, increased the number of graduate applications from students of color by 400%

• Examined university admissions data, and generated an assessment of the admission and retention rates for underprivileged undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Kinesiology Management Consulting Intern – PricewaterhouseCoopers, Houston, TX Jun 2015 - Aug 2015 Advance Internship Program – Advisory Practice

• Tracked client roadmap deliverable completions, milestones, and documentations via Microsoft Visio

• Managed Kanban boards across 11 work streams within client’s operations remodeling initiative

• Reduced work streams’ task backlogs by 20% within 4 weeks

• Researched LEAN and sustainable processes within oil & gas industry through client’s operations modeling project Technology Consulting Intern – PricewaterhouseCoopers, Atlanta, GA Jun 2014 - Aug 2014 Advance Internship Program – Advisory Practice

• Evaluated and created sales and IT process maps for client’s sales flow processes, across 7 national and international business units, within Salesforce.com (SFDC) platform and other offline tools using Microsoft Visio

• Assisted in implementing new Agile process in P-Force application through SFDC, increasing efficiency of client’s IT development group by 33%

• Advocated and streamlined functionality support needs within SFDC for all business units within client’s agency Engineering Intern – URS Professional Solutions, Aiken, SC Jun 2013 - Aug 2013 National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Summer Internship Program

• Created variograms of flow direction changes created by river sediment deposits within Fox River using GeoStat+

• Developed analysis report of LIDAR technology use for a 3D Building Information Modeling Lifestyle product, a business development project for the exploration and destruction of decommissioned nuclear facilities

• Reviewed the use of CHARM software to create air dispersion models for use in the oil & gas, environmental safety, and fire & nuclear safety/hazard industries as a potential new business product Nuclear Safety Intern – GE Hitachi Nuclear Facility, Wilmington, NC May 2012 - Jul 2012 General Electric Early Identification (EID) Program

• Quality tested various radiation detectors for Radiation Protection Services (RPS) in Fuel Manufacturing Operations

(FMO)

• Determined the best detectors to assess Uranium powder (UO2) powder levels across different workstations within fuel pellet manufacturing process

• Developed a lab study on the physical characteristics of UO2 and moderator mixtures in the fuel manufacturing process, used to create mitigation plan for UO2 at risk of water-based incidents and disasters RESEARCH/ Student – Course Project – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Dec 2015 – Jul 2016 PROJECTS Radiological Assessment and Response, Dr. Kim Kearfott

• Investigated the affects of radiological exposure via water ingestion and submersion

• Used multiple health physics software, including RESRAD, VARSKIN, STELLA, and IMBA, to model and calculate effects of dose exposure in water for average adults and children living in urban areas of 50,000+ people

• Created approximate dose exposure and health effects reference tables for the accidental/intentional release of various radionuclides via a large water distribution system for an urban area

• Presented ‘Generic Dose Assessment for an Incidental Radiological Contamination of Reservoir-Based Urban Water Supply’ at Health Physics Society National Conference July 2016 District Advocate – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Dec 2014 - Apr 2015 American Physical Society – Office of Public Affairs

• Researched the production and extraction of rare earth elements used in cell phones and other electronics

• Constructed high-level strategy with State Representatives and Senators on how to create rare element stockpiles through cell phone recycling for the state of Michigan

• Researched used to introduce State Bill HB 4291 - Electronic Recycling Bill to Michigan House of Representatives

• Generated and promoted 7 county-wide initiatives supporting the Electronic Waste Takeback Program for the proper recycle and storage of cell phones and other electronics containing rare earth elements within the state of Michigan

Student – Course Project – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Dec 2014 - Apr 2015 Radiation Shielding, Dr. Sara Pozzi

• Simulated a 3D Modulated Food Irradiation Facility using Cobalt-60 gamma source, designed for a rural, at risk area in Guatemala

• Estimated investment budget of approximately $3.5 Million, which includes capital investment and annual operational costs for 5 years

• Modeled recuperation of investment costs using food waste cost savings to be within 2 years of facility’s initial operation

• Using MCNP, determined the source strength and irradiation time expose produce to maximum allowable radiation, increasing the food shelf life of produce by 65%, decreasing food waste by 20% Student Researcher – Spelman College, Atlanta, GA Sep 2011 - April 2013 National Science Foundation Partnership for Research and Education in Materials (NSF PREM), Dr. Natarajan Ravi 3

• Investigated the electronic characteristics of a methane intercepted graphene bilayer under a perpendicularly applied electric field

• Calculated band structure of methane-intercalated graphene using dispersion-corrected first-principles approach indicates a controllable band gap opening under an electric bias.

• Conducted theoretical analysis of atomic properties of Methane intercalated with Graphene using Gaussian 09W software

• Published manuscript “Band Gap Opening in Methane Intercalated Graphene” in Nanoscale Journal (second author) Student Researcher – Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA Jun 2010 – Aug 2010 Georgia Tech Research Institute: LIDAR Program

• Observed atmospheric effects on characteristics of aerosols present in the Metro Atlanta, GA atmosphere using EARL LIDAR Telescope and equipment using LabView

• Conducted study on the Effects of Relative Humidity vs. The Size of Aerosols in the Atmosphere finding as humidity increases in increments of 5% in the Metro Atlanta Area, size of aerosols increased by average of .05%, correlating with decreased visibility and increased pollen counts ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITIES National Alumnae Association of Spelman College Aug 2016 – Present American Nuclear Society Sep 2013 - Present

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Sep 2013 – Present Society of Women Engineers Sep 2013 – Present



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