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Alexandra Heckler Cyber Strategy Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton

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Alexandra Landegger Heckler, Senior Associate, is an experienced leader in Booz Allen’s Commercial Transportation practice, balancing market focus and capability expertise to lead cyber security, analytics, and strategy teams in business development and delivery. She is also a core driver for Women in Cyber—a firm-wide initiative to attract, develop and retain our female cyber talent pool—and supports the firm’s partnership with the Executive Women’s Forum.

As a transportation team leader, Alexandra oversees multiple cross-functional delivery engagement teams across priority accounts. Projects include a range of cyber capabilities, including strategy assessments, organizational design, penetration testing and exercises. Other recent engagements included serving as the Program Manager and client engagement lead for the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC)—an organization that brings together 15 OEM and 30+ supplier members to share vehicle-related cyber information. She also worked with a major automotive OEM to design its vehicle cyber security organization. Alexandra then helped bring this strategic plan to life by leading a team of experts to envision, create and operationalize their vehicle cyber incident response capability, a first in the industry. Previously, Alexandra delivered strategy development and stakeholder engagement for technology, innovation and risk analysis initiatives across several government agencies, academia and non-profits.

Alexandra holds a B.S. in Foreign Service with an Honors Certificate in International Business Diplomacy, and a M.A. in Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University. Since her graduation, Alexandra serves as a mentor to undergraduate students through the Friends of the School of the Foreign Service Program. She is also a Conference Chair for the Executive Women’s Forum annual conference.

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