Meredith Pringle

Meredith Pringle specializes in resilience strategies and assessments for military, government, and civilian partners nationwide. Meredith designed Converge Strategies’ approach to regional resilience workshops that focuses on developing project concepts to address critical infrastructure vulnerabilities through partnerships with airports, utilities, communities, cities, states, government agencies, and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).

Meredith’s regional resilience workshop approach is based on her decades-long work leading resilience projects, workshops, and exercises with over fifty DoD installations. As a trained facilitator, she has identified energy resilience project opportunities through collaboration with mission operators, service program offices, and external stakeholders that have secured federal funding.

Before joining Converge Strategies, Meredith was a Project Manager for the Air Force Office of Energy Assurance, leading resilience projects across the Air Force. While working in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Installation Energy, she supported OSD Energy Resilience efforts and led the Congressionally mandated Annual Energy Management Resilience Report.

Meredith was selected for the Atlantic Council’s Women Leaders in Energy Fellowship in 2021.

Education

George Washington University, M.A. in Public Policy
Certified Project Management Professional (PMP)
Indiana University, B.S. in Business Economics and Public Policy

Location

Washington, District of Columbia

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