Ana Lombera

Senior Director Program Management

alombera@dynanetcorp.com

Ana Lombera is passionate about improving organizational efficiency, effectiveness, and agility through transformative business strategies. She is an experienced program manager and enterprise architect dedicated to delivering high-value outcomes and bridging business strategy with IT execution. Ana holds extensive management consulting experience in the areas of enterprise architecture, IT portfolio management, IT governance, strategic planning, reporting and compliance, business process improvement, and agile project management. Her experience affords her the ability to work closely with both IT and business stakeholders to enable business transformations and solve enterprise problems.

At Dynanet, Ana is the Senior Director of Program Management and the Enterprise Architecture Practice Lead who leads and supports multiple projects. Prior to joining Dynanet, Ana was a Principal Consultant at Battle Resource Management, Inc. (BRMi) where she provided management consulting services to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and supported company initiatives focused on growth and expansion. Ana provided direct support to DHS for 6 years while working with BRMi and other consulting companies. During her time at DHS, Ana worked closely with various DHS Component organizations, led key enterprise-wide initiatives, and supported various high visibility efforts. She was integral to the maturation of the DHS Enterprise Architecture program and highly regarded for her skills and contributions.

Ana is a Certified Technology Business Management (TBM) Executive (CTBME), Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Scrum Master (CSM). She is actively involved in several IT industry organizations including AFFIRM which recently recognized her with an award for her support; and, ACT-IAC from which she recently graduated as part of the ACT-IAC 2019 Voyagers Class.

Ana graduated from Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts in International Economics and minor in International Relations.