Lois Hollan has worked in Washington, DC as a management consultant for US Government Science & Technology programs since 1990. Ms. Hollan focused on management of complex, high-risk development programs for over 25 years, largely with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s image understanding, computer vision, automatic target recognition, and airborne video technology communities. Working with the House Science Committee in 2007, she made critical contributions to the legislative drafting and congressional responses related to the Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) bill, leading to passage in 2009.  In 2014, she was named a Senior Fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. She currently provides management and strategic consulting under the High Performance Computing Modernization Program for technology development in highly complex, physics-based design environments. She also provides program development support for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Research Division. In 1983, Lois Hollan was one of the first women in the world to drive a bobsled at the Olympic venue in Lake Placid, NY and became an international leader in the advancing of the sport for women. Those efforts led to worldwide competition and the adoption of the Women’s Bobsleigh Olympic event in 2020.