Leslie Siddeley, PMP
Program Director on World Trade Center
30+ years of experience in technology and process solutions for the
public sector, focusing primarily on healthcare
Karna’s Program Director over the World Trade Center Program
and Support project
703-855-0926 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Data Science and Analytics
- Data Security Design
- Federal Health IT
- Healthcare Payer
- Health Insurance
- Human Centered Design
- IT Change Management
- IT Program Management
- Management Consulting
- Program Management
- Solution and Application Hosting
- Solution Design and Implementation
- Statistical Analysis
- Thinking Federal Healthcare Process Re- engineering
- World Trade Center Health Program
- Graduate of exclusive two-year training program created to foster human-centered design leadership at GDIT/CSRA
- Included custom coursework from eCornell and intensive training in Design Thinking using the Peer Insight method.
“I relish untangling and resolving big, challenging problems.”
Ms. Siddeley is a deep expert in technology and process solutions for the public sector, focusing primarily on healthcare. She enjoys solving complex problems using business architectural design, process improvement, technology, and analytics in innovative ways. She is a skilled Program Manager with experience in management consulting, healthcare payer operations, healthcare finance, application development, technical operations, application maintenance, and operational support.
Ms. Siddeley began her career at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C., eventually taking several government positions before moving into consulting. During her tenure with the government, she worked for the Government Accountability Office in both Boston and Washington D.C., conducting various research studies at the request of the US Congress. While at GAO, Ms. Siddeley served a detail as a congressional staffer on the House Energy and Commerce Committee. She also worked at the National Institutes of Health for several years and a senior information technology manager.
In addition to working directly for the government, Ms. Siddeley has supported the public sector in two “Big 4″ management consultancies and large and small technology integrators. While working for these government contractors, she led several large, multi-award winning programs. She provided strategic consulting services to numerous programs, including several new programs created to address emergent needs and pressing public sector priorities.
In 2011, Ms. Siddeley accepted the honor of supporting the stand-up of the World Trade Center Health Program, the entity created to address the unique healthcare needs of the 9/11 first responders and survivors. She has served as the Finance Lead, Member Services Lead, and as a Program Manager. She continues to support this program today.
Ms. Siddeley holds a Bachelor of Arts, Economics from Northeastern University. She also earned a Certificate in Solution Design Leadership from Cornell University and a Certificate in Executive Data Science from Johns Hopkins University. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
In addition to her career-related pursuits, Ms. Siddeley also advocates for environmental sustainability, particularly coastal ecosystems.
Completed Training Graduate of exclusive two-year training program created to foster human-centered design leadership at GDIT/CSRA. Included custom coursework from eCornell and intensive training in Design Thinking using the Peer Insight method.
WHAT WE DO.
Karna, provides population health services to governmental and commercial agencies in the areas of science, research, technology, communications, and evaluation.
Program & Policy Evaluation – facilitating better health outcomes
Public Health Analytics – actionable data intelligence, data sciences, and statistical design
- Health Communication & Social Marketing – impactful health messaging
Translational Methods (From Research to Practice) – providing outcomes-driven research
Training & Technical Assistance – coordinating, developing, and coaching
Population Health Applications – evidence-based and best practices to translate research into action