Lisa Schlosser was recently elected in August 2017 to serve on the Rehoboth Beach Board of Commissioners. She also currently serves: on the Board of Directors for VetSports; the Board of Advisors for Cylance; as a Cyber Security Advisor to Harrisburg University; and as an instructor at Georgetown University.
She most recently worked full-time as the Federal Deputy Chief Information Officer/Deputy Associate Administrator, Executive Office of the President. In this role, Lisa helped to oversee policy and budgeting related to the government’s $86B information technology portfolio. She was also asked to serve a six-month temporary detail with the Office of Personnel Management as a Senior Advisor/Chief Information Officer following a major cyber security breach.
She previously served as the Principal Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education, and the Director, Office of Information Collection, Office of Environmental Information, for the Environmental Protection Agency.
Lisa was also the Chief Information Officer (CIO), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Associate Chief Information Officer/Chief Information Security Officer, US Department of Transportation (US DOT).
Prior to joining the Federal Government, Lisa worked in the private sector as a Senior Manager for Ernst & Young LLP, helping to establish the international Cyber Security Practice; and as a Vice-President for Global Integrity.
Before entering the commercial sector, Lisa served in the US Army, and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel from the US Army Reserves in 2012.
Lisa holds a B.A. degree in Political Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and an M.S. degree in Administration from Central Michigan University.