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Ms. Suzanne Mencer

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C. Suzanne Mencer, Member, Board of Advisors - Potomac Recruiting, 16 June 2013 [cached]
C. Suzanne Mencer, Member, Board of Advisors
C. Suzanne Mencer is a member of the Board of Advisors for Potomac Recruiting.
Ms. Mencer is the Director of the Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership. The Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership (CEPP) is a broad coalition of Colorado leaders that is building a voluntary partnership between the public, private and non-profit sectors. CEPP has enlisted a number of Colorado's civic leaders and organizations, representing government, business, the philanthropic community, and academia. The mission of CEPP is to strengthen the region's collective capacity to prevent, respond to and recover from natural and human-caused disasters through effective public-private collaboration.
Ms. Mencer is also the President of Manor Ridge Group, Inc., a company that provides subject matter expertise on public safety and homeland security issues.
Ms. Mencer was a Senior Policy Director at the law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, assisting clients navigate the complex entity of the Department of Homeland Security.
Prior to joining Brownstein's Government Relations Practice, Ms. Mencer was the Director of the Office for Domestic Preparedness in the Department of Homeland Security. Appointed by President Bush and confirmed by the United States Senate, she managed a $4 billion budget and directed federal initiatives to help states, local jurisdictions, regional authorities and tribal governments plan, prepare, prevent and respond to acts of terrorism.
Additionally, Ms. Mencer served as the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety, overseeing the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, the Colorado State Patrol, the Division of Criminal Justice and the Office Preparedness Security and Fire Safety. She also served as the Governor's Homeland Security Advisor and served on the Governor's Columbine Review Commission, reviewing law enforcement's response to Columbine High School.
Ms. Mencer is a 20 year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, having worked and supervised investigations in Foreign Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism. She initiated the Denver Joint Terrorism Task Force and supervised several high profile domestic terrorism cases.
She currently serves on the FEMA National Advisory Council, is a board member of the Denver Police Foundation, a member of the Colorado Thirty Group, and serves on the Board of Directors of MorphoTrak, a bio-metrics company.
Board of Directors | Denver Police Foundation, 14 Mar 2014 [cached]
Ms. Suzanne Mencer Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership
InfraGard Members, 4 Feb 2010 [cached]
C. Suzanne Mencer
Board of Directors - MIPT, 24 Aug 2008 [cached]
C. Suzanne Mencer, Senior Policy Advisor, Government Relations Group, Brownstein Hyatt & Farber
Bob Beauprez | A Line of Sight | C. Suzanne Mencer, 18 Jan 2009 [cached]
C. Suzanne Mencer
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C. Suzanne Mencer
Ms. Mencer is a Policy Director in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's Government Relations Group. Based in the firm's Denver office, she helps corporations and professional associations navigate the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its 22 component agencies.
Ms. Mencer's work involves identifying policy trends within the DHS and working with clients to develop products and services that help local, state and federal Homeland Security agencies achieve their safety objectives. With a deep background in federal and state policy, Ms. Mencer understands the needs of the agencies responsible for public safety. She works closely with her clients to create a blueprint for providing solutions and securing contracts that directly address those agencies' needs. She researches and identifies safety initiatives, and then helps companies craft strategies to position their products and services before decision makers. Ms. Mencer rounds out her work by advocating on behalf of clients before federal, state and local decision makers.
From 2003 to 2005, prior to joining the Brownstein team, Ms. Mencer was the director of the Office for Domestic Preparedness within the DHS. Appointed by President Bush and confirmed by the United States Senate, she managed a $4 billion budget and directed federal initiatives to help states, local jurisdictions, regional authorities and tribal governments plan, prepare, prevent and respond to acts of terrorism. Ms. Mencer administered more than 25 programs and initiatives to equip, train and assist state and local first responders.
From 2000 to 2003, Ms. Mencer was the executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety.
Ms. Mencer is also 20-year veteran of the FBI, serving as a special agent from 1978 to 1986 and supervisory special agent from 1986 to 1998.
C. Suzanne Mencer
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