Matt Lyttle and Sophie Bennett
Matt Lyttle is a Director in Guidehouse’s National Security Segment. He supports federal clients in strategy, transformation, and communications projects. Before joining Guidehouse, he was Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee (HSGAC) staff, where he developed legislation on disaster resilience and emergency management. Matt has held several positions within FEMA’s National Preparedness Directorate, including as the Acting Deputy Director of Individual and Community Preparedness. In those roles, he designed and launched several FEMA programs aimed at building Private Sector preparedness, such as FEMA’s Ready Business program and Organizations Preparing for Emergency Needs (OPEN). Matt has deployed to multiple disasters, including Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, as a FEMA Intergovernmental Affairs Liaison and Private Sector Liaison. Sophie Bennett is a Senior Consultant with Corner Alliance, Inc., a Small Business consulting firm with a focus on public safety. She is a subject matter expert in emergency alerting technologies and best practices where her duties include supporting the Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Through her role, she assists these agencies with research and development of public safety focused tools to protect the public.
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