Title: Deputy Branch Chief
Company: U.S. Department of Homeland Security Citizenship and Immigration Services
Location: Springfield, Virginia, United States
Renee C. LeBoeuf, MS, CC, a deputy branch chief at U.S. Department of Homeland Security Citizenship and Immigration Services has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in program administration.
Ms. LeBoeuf is an information technology and logistics specialist with an extensive background in military and defense applications, and experience in both government and private-sector technology development. She currently excels as the co-founder of Focused Mind LLC and co-chairman of the Computer-Aided Acquisition Logistics Systems Research Group. In addition to her technical skills, Ms. LeBoeuf has developed her talents as a speaker and briefer. She is likewise certified as a business coach, life coach, leadership coach, group coach, and contracting officer’s representative.
Recognized early for her mathematics and technology aptitude, Ms. LeBoeuf earned a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and statistics from George Mason University in 1983. She achieved her next academic milestone in 1988 with a Master of Science in public administration from Central Michigan University. Ms. LeBoeuf completed a graduate program management course at Defense Systems Management College in 1990, and a graduate leadership development program at the University of Maryland in 2006. To build her coaching skills, she participated in the graduate coaching program at the Institute for Life Coach Training in 2017.
Ms. LeBoeuf began her career in 1983 as a logistics analyst for BDM International. In 1985, she transitioned to SWL, Inc. and operated in various speaking and managerial roles until 1989, at which point she joined the professional staff at Defense Systems Management College. From 1993 to 2001, Ms. LeBoeuf served as director of public affairs for the U.S. Department of Commerce in the National Technical Information Service. She subsequently contributed her skills to United States Army’s Future Combat Systems facilities at the Logistics Management Institute from 2001 to 2005 and at Science Applications International Corporation from 2005 to 2010. Ms. LeBoeuf found success as part of the team at U.S. Department of Homeland Security Citizenship and Immigration Services since 2010, holding the post of deputy branch chief upon her retirement in 2021.
Ms. LeBoeuf cites her most notable achievement as a project that she completed for the United States Army Future Combat Systems. During this time, she was able to work on building and testing a number of hardware, software, sensors and networks, all of which integrated into a testing requirement to support the organization’s mission. Ms. LeBoeuf also helped develop drones that would have the technology to communicate with the soldiers on the ground and in the tent, all of which required an integrated network.
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