Curriculum vitae

SYNOPSIS

Mr. Lavarre is accomplished in cyberwarfare, operations research, statistics, accounting, computer systems, network administration, development, and marine engineering. He is an ocean-cruising yacht master, Advanced Class amateur radio operator, Advanced Open Water SCUBA diver, and confirmed health enthusiast.

  • Mr. Lavarre’s recent leadership experience is as a Cyberwarfare Subject Matter Expert (SME) researching and developing methods and technologies for rationalizing friendly and adversarial activities in cyberspace. This work at the U.S. Naval War College demonstrates his extensive understanding of offensive and defensive cyberspace operations (OCO/DCO), computer network exploitation (CNE), and cryptology.

  • He served with Booz, Allen, & Hamilton as an operations research and systems analysis (ORSA) leader for the U. S. Navy NWDC and COMSUBDEVRON 12 organizations, where he organized and directed analysis teams examining cyberwarfare, information dominance, irregular warfare, advanced hull designs, and radically new sensor systems and methods for their employment. This work demonstrates his advanced skills in inductive and deductive reasoning, including advanced methods such as correspondence analysis, factor analysis, regression analysis, and Bayesian statistical methods.

  • He established the Booz Allen Hamilton consulting office in Newport, RI, serving as regional manager for New England, developing new business, and expanding staff to meet customer needs in operations research and analysis, computer programming, and network systems administration.

  • He served as program manager at Raytheon Company for a multi-million dollar software and hardware program to enable signal translation among a wide range of baseband and RF system waveforms.

  • He served as a principal engineer with Booz Allen Hamilton, where he headed technology initiatives for U. S. Navy Theater Missile Defense programs and served as the lead engineer in developing and integrating information architectures for a range of different U. S. Naval mission areas, including meteorology, oceanography, missile defense, and a foreign military sales program.

  • He served on active duty with the U. S. Navy, attaining the rank of Captain (O-6) and selection to Major Command. He is a Proven Subspecialist in Telecommunications. He directed operational test and evaluation for all Navy C4I as ACOS, COMOPTEVFOR. He directed all European naval telecommunications organizations as ACOS, CINCUSNAVEUR. He served as the commissioning Commanding Officer of a guided missile frigate. He developed the U. S. Navy telecommunications budget and procurement requirements. He served as U.S. representative to the AUSCANNZUKUS organization.

  • He served as a paramedic at Duke University Hospital psychiatric ward attending to patients suffering from severe neurotic and psychotic afflictions. This experience provided extensive training in patient interaction and intervention as well as education in the medical terminology and culture.

  • Mr. Lavarre’s professional achievements include membership in Sigma Xi and Eta Kappa Nu honor societies. He has written papers on sampling theory, modeling, Kalman filtering, radio frequency imaging techniques, radio propagation models, and various targeting and tracking algorithms. He is accomplished in Linux system and network administration.

  • He has achieved the USCG 100 Ton Master and PADI Advanced Open Water SCUBA certifications. He holds the FCC license for Advanced Class amateur radio operator. He is multilingual in Spanish and French with conversational skills in several other languages.

  • He has been granted access to Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI-DCID 6/4) based on a Single Scope Background Investigation Phased Periodic Reinvestigation (SSBI-PPR) completed by DoNCAF on 04 June 2012.

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2012-2017 CEO/CTO Privus Technologies, LLC

Statistical and Financial Analysis

Resolved issues in medical, psychiatric nursing, informatics, and academic fields

This experience demonstrates his alacrity in examining and resolving a wide range of previously unfamiliar topics.

  • 2011-2012 Cyberspace Warfare Subject Matter Expert (SME) U.S. Naval War College / Netsimco

Researched and developed methods and technologies for rationalizing friendly and adversarial activities in cyberspace.

This work at the U.S. Naval War College demonstrates his extensive understanding of offensive and defensive cyberspace operations (OCO/DCO), computer network exploitation (CNE), and cryptology.

  • 2003-2011 Independent Consultant Navy Warfare Development Command

Operations Analyst / Quantitative Analysis

Organized and directed analysis teams

Examined cyberwarfare, information dominance, irregular warfare, advanced hull designs, and radically new sensor systems and methods for their employment

This work demonstrates his advanced skills in inductive and deductive reasoning, including advanced methods such as correspondence analysis, factor analysis, regression analysis, and Bayesian statistical methods.

  • 2001-2003 Independent Marine Consultant M/V Pilgrim

Deployed in Caribbean, Mediterranean, inland European, and North Sea waters

Researched and implemented wireless technology for deployed platforms

Rationalized US, UK and EU electrical and mechanical standards for equipment installations

Maintained marine propulsion, electrical, and habitability systems

This work demonstrates his advance skills in international technology and societal constructs.

  • 1998-2001 Regional Manager, Booz Allen Hamilton

Established the Booz Allen Hamilton consulting office in Newport, RI

Served as regional manager for New England

Developed new business and expanded staff to meet customer needs in operations research and analysis, computer programming, and network systems administration.

  • 1997-1998 Program Manager, Raytheon Company

Directed a multi-million dollar software and hardware program to enable signal translation among a wide range of baseband and RF system waveforms.

EDUCATION

  • D.Sc. (ABD) George Washington University

Major: Digital Telecoms Engineering

Minors: Operations Research, Statistics

  • P. E., MSEE Naval Postgraduate School

Major: Electrical and Radio Frequency Engineering

Minors: Stochastic Control, Electromagnetic Theory

  • B. A. Duke University

Major: English Literature

Minor: French

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Membership in Sigma Xi and Eta Kappa Nu honor societies

  • Written papers on sampling theory, modeling, Kalman filtering, radio frequency imaging techniques, radio propagation models, and various targeting and tracking algorithms

  • Accomplished in Linux system and network administration

  • Achieved the USCG 100 Ton Master certificate

  • Achieved PADI Advanced Open Water SCUBA certifications.

  • Holds the FCC license for Advanced Class amateur radio operator.

  • Multilingual in Spanish and French with conversational skills in several other languages.

  • Granted access to Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI-DCID 6/4) based on a Single Scope Background Investigation Phased Periodic Reinvestigation (SSBI-PPR) completed by DoNCAF on 04 June 2012.

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