Amanda C. Vavrina has over 13 years experience in planning, management and logistics in property management and facilities operations. She has worked with Department of Defense (DoD), the US Army and National Guard Bureau (NGB), providing operational and real property management consulting, as well as developing and delivering training programs for facilities staffs. Her work with the DoD’s Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) helped establish biometric security systems at installations throughout Washington D.C. and the National Capital Region. She has assisted the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) with planning the deployment of new supply management systems and providing training for DLA logistics managers. While in the Army, Ms. Vavrina served as a Quartermaster (logistics) officer in the 4th Infantry Division. In this capacity, she developed databases designed to increase efficiency and productivity in the division’s largest supply warehouse, resulting in significant savings to the division and overall operating costs. Ms. Vavrina’s  management and training abilities were recognized when she was selected to be a guest lecturer on Army Infrastructure at the US Army’s Chief Facility Management Officers’ University. Ms. Vavrina graduated cum laude from James Madison University with a B.A. degree in English and has graduated from numerous professional development programs.
 
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