Anne Marie Pellerin and Rose Marengo
Anne Marie Pellerin is founder and Managing Partner of LAM LHA, a consulting firm with offices in Paris, France and Washington, DC providing advisory services in the fields of aviation security and passenger facilitation. LAM LHA works with some of the aviation industry’s most innovative stakeholders to drive impactful change. Ms. Pellerin spent six years as a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Representative at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, with regional responsibility including representation to the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC). In this role, she was actively involved in government to government negotiations related to aviation security matters and spearheaded multiple innovative efforts to include the first national cargo recognition exercise between the United States and France (leading to a broader European framework), the creation of a Behaviour Detection in Aviation Security Working Group with ECAC, and a multilateral initiative to test the effectiveness of REST/RASCO canine techniques. Previously, Ms. Pellerin was the Executive Director of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Checkpoint of the Future Program in Washington, DC. In this role and reporting directly to the TSA Administrator, she launched numerous innovative initiatives to include mobile boarding pass, differentiated lanes (family, expert, casual), and a completely redesigned checkpoint model at Baltimore Washington Airport showcasing next generation technologies and processes. These efforts set the stage for TSA’s Pre-Check Program and the use of Security Scanners and dual-view x-ray across U.S. airports. Prior to TSA, Ms. Pellerin worked as a Vice President at Quorum Strategies and as a consultant with former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen at The Cohen Group. || Rose joined LAM LHA’s Paris office as a Consultant in September 2021. She has since been involved in a range of market research, regulatory advisory and advocacy projects, supporting a diverse group of clients in the areas of security, seamless travel, and sustainability. Prior to joining LAM LHA, Rose coordinated activities for the Security Screening and Technologies Working Group of the European Organization for Security (EOS) in Brussels. This experience provided her with an in-depth understanding of key drivers and priorities across industry stakeholders in the aviation and urban security domains. Before joining EOS, Rose benefitted from research and policy stints with both the European Parliament and The European University Institute in Florence. Rose has undergraduate degrees in History, German, and Philosophy from the University of Durham and a master’s degree in modern European History from the University of Cambridge.
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