She also focuses on the impacts of cyber and privacy issues on the banking and financial services, energy, communications, health, transportation and other critical sectors. Ms. Krayem has more than 20 years of experience addressing major issues within the national policy-making arena and has worked both in and with state, local and federal governments, as well as Fortune 500 clients to develop strategies designed to build and maintain a competitive edge.
Ms. Krayem provides strategic advice on key issues in a range of areas, including transportation, homeland security, defense, international trade and environmental, as well as appropriations issues for all aspects of critical infrastructure.
Ms. Krayem has more than 20 years of experience addressing major issues within the national policy-making arena and has worked both in and with state, local and federal governments. She works closely with Fortune 500 companies to navigate the intricacies of policy and regulatory issues at the White House, Congress and the executive branch. She also works closely on the passage of every major aviation, homeland security, transportation and trade legislation.
Ms. Krayem focuses her practice on the impacts of cyber risks and privacy issues on critical infrastructure, working extensively with key sectors, including aviation and transportation. She also provides strategic advice on key policy, regulatory, funding and compliance issues in a range of areas, including transportation, homeland security, defense, energy, international trade and environmental issues on all aspects of critical infrastructure.
Ms. Krayem previously served as the deputy chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and has extensive experience in all aspects of aviation policy, regulatory and compliance issues in both the national and international arenas.
Having worked on more than 100 bilateral and multilateral trade agreements, including more than 30 Open Skies agreements during her career at the DOT and the U.S. Departments of Commerce and State, she understands and can help the private sector navigate the intricacies of international diplomacy and substantive global policy challenges.
In addition, Ms. Krayem works on a host of policy, legislative and regulatory issues in the commercial transportation, general aviation and space industry before the DOT, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), as well as key congressional aviation and space authorizing and appropriating committees.
She has also extensively worked on international aviation and homeland security issues during her career, including key concerns post-9/11 involving the U.S.-European Union (EU) cross-border data issues and the European Commission, member states and a host of international organizations such as the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Ms. Krayem has substantial experience dealing with a number of national and homeland security matters before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including the DHS Office of the Secretary, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and Customs and Border Protection (CBP), as well as all of the congressional committees of oversight on homeland security regarding authorizing and appropriating issues.
Ms. Krayem is also well-versed in the use of innovative finance and public-private partnerships (P3) in the aviation industry for both intermodal and multimodal development. In addition, she has spent many years navigating the intricacies of the use of developing technology, hazardous materials and related regulatory requirements before the DOT’s Pipeline Hazardous Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the FAA.
Ms. Krayem received a master of public administration in state and local policy analysis from George Washington University and a bachelor of arts from the University of Connecticut.
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