Speakers> Leesa J Papier

Leesa J Papier

Special Advisor for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Leesa Papier is currently serving as the Executive Director for National Security Programs and Incident Response (AXE) at the Federal Aviation Administration. She manages a cadre of highly-skilled professionals that plan, coordinate, and exercise the Agency’s crisis management and emergency response and recovery capabilities; operate the FAA’s 24/7 Washington Operations Center; provide intelligence analysis and threat indications and warning to senior FAA leadership; conduct regulatory investigations of US certificated airmen and aircraft; and provide support to enable the secure integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System (NAS). She is a co-chair of the Aviation Government Coordinating Council (AGCC), an interagency body that coordinates strategies, activities, policies and communications across government entities within the Aviation Sub-Sector under the Transportation System Sector for Critical Infrastructure, and the security/intelligence executive on the FAA Cybersecurity Executive Steering Committee. Most recently, Ms. Papier has been serving as co-chair of a cross-functional FAA team focused on a variety of operational and policy issues related to the errant or malicious use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), federal implementation of Counter-UAS authority, and planning the safe integration of C-UAS technologies into the National Airspace System. Ms. Papier joined the FAA in 2019 as the Special Advisor for Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Prior to that she worked for the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence in both a civilian and

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Speakers> Leesa J Papier

Leesa J Papier

Leesa Papier is currently serving as the Executive Director for National Security Programs and Incident Response (AXE) at the Federal Aviation Administration. She manages a cadre of highly-skilled professionals that plan, coordinate, and exercise the Agency’s crisis management and emergency response and recovery capabilities; operate the FAA’s 24/7 Washington Operations Center; provide intelligence analysis and threat indications and warning to senior FAA leadership; conduct regulatory investigations of US certificated airmen and aircraft; and provide support to enable the secure integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System (NAS). She is a co-chair of the Aviation Government Coordinating Council (AGCC), an interagency body that coordinates strategies, activities, policies and communications across government entities within the Aviation Sub-Sector under the Transportation System Sector for Critical Infrastructure, and the security/intelligence executive on the FAA Cybersecurity Executive Steering Committee. Most recently, Ms. Papier has been serving as co-chair of a cross-functional FAA team focused on a variety of operational and policy issues related to the errant or malicious use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), federal implementation of Counter-UAS authority, and planning the safe integration of C-UAS technologies into the National Airspace System. Ms. Papier joined the FAA in 2019 as the Special Advisor for Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Prior to that she worked for the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence in both a civilian and

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Speakers> Leesa J Papier

Leesa J Papier

Leesa Papier is currently serving as the Executive Director for National Security Programs and Incident Response (AXE) at the Federal Aviation Administration. She manages a cadre of highly-skilled professionals that plan, coordinate, and exercise the Agency’s crisis management and emergency response and recovery capabilities; operate the FAA’s 24/7 Washington Operations Center; provide intelligence analysis and threat indications and warning to senior FAA leadership; conduct regulatory investigations of US certificated airmen and aircraft; and provide support to enable the secure integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System (NAS). She is a co-chair of the Aviation Government Coordinating Council (AGCC), an interagency body that coordinates strategies, activities, policies and communications across government entities within the Aviation Sub-Sector under the Transportation System Sector for Critical Infrastructure, and the security/intelligence executive on the FAA Cybersecurity Executive Steering Committee. Most recently, Ms. Papier has been serving as co-chair of a cross-functional FAA team focused on a variety of operational and policy issues related to the errant or malicious use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), federal implementation of Counter-UAS authority, and planning the safe integration of C-UAS technologies into the National Airspace System. Ms. Papier joined the FAA in 2019 as the Special Advisor for Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Prior to that she worked for the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence in both a civilian and

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