Natalie Lorenz-Anderson became a member of the Board of Directors on December 14, 2021. Ms. Lorenz-Anderson has over 37 years of experience with government contracting and various technology fields including cybersecurity, privacy, risk management, information technology, energy, and solutions management across multiple markets including defense, national security, energy, environment and health. Ms. Lorenz-Anderson is limited partner and advisory member of the Board of Safar Partners LLC, a seed-stage technology venture fund (since 2019), and a Board Director for Embr Labs, an MIT technology start-up in personal temperature regulation (since 2020) and Board Director for 247Solar, Inc., a renewable energy technology start-up (since 2021). She is also a Board member of John Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering National Advisory Board (since 2013) and its Department of Environmental Health and Engineering (since 2018), a member of the Board of Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital Board since 2012 including as its Vice President and Chair of the STEM Committee from 2018 to present, and member of the Society of Women Engineers Annual Conference Board (since 2019). Ms. Lorenz-Anderson also served as the first Vice Chair of the Board of AFCEA International 2008-2010, and as Chair of the Board 2010-2012. She also led the Compensation Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee and continues to participate as an Ex Officio Board member and a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee. Previously Ms. Lorenz-Anderson served on the Alumni Association Board for Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (from 2008 to 2010) and the MIT Annual Fund Board and MIT William Barton Rogers Society Chair (from 2014 to 2016). From 2017 to present, Ms. Lorenz-Anderson has been working with 247Solar, Inc. as Vice President for Operations and Special Projects. From 1984 until 2017, Ms. Lorenz-Anderson worked for Booz Allen Hamilton, including as a Partner and Senior Vice President (from 2002 until 2017) and as Chief Scientist and Program Manager (from 1997 until 2002). Ms. Lorenz-Anderson obtained her Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from MIT in 1984, and Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from John Hopkins University in 1989. We believe that Ms. Lorenz-Anderson’s significant experience in government contracting, information technology, cybersecurity, energy, and the environment qualifies her to serve on our Board of Directors.