SENIOR ASSOCIATE, PROGRAM MANAGER, LOS ALAMOS LEGACY CLEANUP (LLCC)
Ms. Roberts is a recognized regulatory and public outreach expert with more than 16 years of environmental compliance and technical expertise related to regulatory compliance (e.g., RCRA, CERCLA, NEPA). In addition to serving as a cabinet-appointed regulatory division director, her experience includes 12 years managing, coordinating and communicating between State and Federal agencies (EPA, DOE), Congressional delegation, State legislators and a wide range of stakeholders, including activist groups and local Indian Pueblos. In addition to regulatory compliance and outreach, Ms. Roberts performed within QA/QC/CAS programs at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), and has extensive environmental remediation field experience in New Mexico and New York State.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE, PROGRAM MANAGER, LOS ALAMOS M&O (TRIAD)
VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM MANAGER, SANDIA NATIONAL LAB M&O (NTESS)
As a member of the Senior Executive Service in the NNSA, Richard Sena provided executive leadership in the management of technical programs, operations, and business processes critical to the Nuclear Security Enterprise. He led numerous studies to address technical issues impacting the laboratories and production sites, applying systems engineering and risk analysis tools to develop cost effective and timely solutions. He led several priorities including repackaging pits at Pantex to address a DNFSB Recommendation to protect pits from degradation, removal of plutonium pits and plutonium metals and oxides from Rocky Flats, led the DOE complex plutonium storage study for Environmental Management and Defense Programs that established a plan for the consolidation of storage sites for excess plutonium across the DOE, eliminating the need to construct a $1B plutonium storage facility at Savannah River and served as the planning basis for accelerating movement of all Pu metals and oxides from LLNL, Hanford, LANL and Rocky Flats to an existing facility at Savannah River. As Deputy Manager of the NNSA Sandia Field Office, Mr. Sena provided executive leadership of the Field Office in oversight of Sandia National Laboratories national security programs. He led studies for Pantex pit repackaging that reduced the pit repackaging schedule by 10 years saving over $90M.
Jay Rhoderick conducts management and technical assessments and reviews for contractors conducting Department of Energy work activities. He conducts Integrated Safety Management (ISM) assessments and project and project management reviews. He assists in the execution of the DOE Order 413 Project Management in the development of overall strategic planning as well as development of Critical Decision packages and supporting documents such as risk management plans. Mr. Rhoderick serves as the Working Group Coordinator for EFCOG activities. He serves as managing Secretariat for the External Advisory Board for the Savannah River National Laboratory.
VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM MANAGER, PROJECT MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT AND ASSESSMENTS
James G. Burritt is an independent consultant for project evaluation, organizational and project management, and project planning, specializing in the nuclear and fossil power fields. He has had over 50 years of experience involving operation, maintenance, construction, and repair of conventional and nuclear facilities and ships, and management and evaluation of projects and organizations. He is experienced working internationally; he has worked on several major government and private projects in Russia and Central and Eastern Europe.
SENIOR PM, PROGRAM MANAGER, ENTERPRISE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Allen Stansbury is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with over 25 years of experience supporting multiple Federal Agencies and leading cross-functional teams on complex projects. He has demonstrated the ability to implement solutions to project challenges while remaining focused on safety in all operational environments. Allen supports many of the L&A business lines and currently leads the L&A scope of work on the NNSA Enterprise Construction Management Services Blanket Purchase Agreement. Under this contract, he and the ECMS team support the construction, management, and oversight of some of our Nation’s most complex nuclear infrastructure projects. Over his career, Allen has been responsible for all aspects of project execution, from equipment operation to the management of large projects. He is a strong leader with the ability to forge solid relationships with strategic partners and build consensus across multiple organizations.
Clay Ramsey is a retired U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Senior Executive Service member with over 30 years of experience in management of large and complex nuclear material processing facility and high-energy physics construction projects. Directly responsible for management of all aspects of project execution including design, procurement, construction, startup testing and project controls. Extensive experience with the preparation and approval of project management documentation and performance of project external reviews.
VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAM MANAGER, CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Dave Jansen is a professional manager with over forty year’s experience in engineering, construction, estimating, scheduling and project management. He has managed hundreds of projects start to finish, including conceptual development, design programs, independent reviews, independent cost estimates, and project schedules. Dave has managed numerous simultaneous projects and construction teams and has enterprise management skills. Dave has worked extensively with major industry leaders including Intel, Honeywell, Motorola, Southwest Airlines, Orbital Science, and numerous city, county, state and federal agencies and has spent much of his career managing high-tech, design–build projects.