Dr. Sarah Krawlzik brings more than a decade of experience in the application of methodologies and direction for cyber programs, which support Department of Defense (DoD) and U.S. Government personnel. She has progressive experience facilitating the analysis of operating practices and procedures designed to improve risk management planning, daily program operations, and program effectiveness for DoD organizations. In her current role with ICF, she provides thought leadership in Cyber and Critical Infrastructure to support corporate business development and strategic growth in the Enterprise Cyber Security & Resiliency division. Dr. Krawlzik also has extensive experience in the development and delivery of cyber education and training for the nation’s cyber forces. She led a 160+ person program team responsible for designing, developing and maintaining 30+ formal courses; building, securely operating and maintaining all networks that supported thousands of real-time students; and supporting all schoolhouse operations that delivered over 300,000 hours of training in 2018. Sarah has Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction from Northcentral University in Arizona.