Ann Barron-DiCamillo serves as manager and chief of operations for the United States-Computer Emergency Readiness Team within the Department of Homeland Security.
In this role, she leads DHS’ efforts to help build up the country’s cybersecurity posture, coordinate cyber information sharing and manage cyber risks.
Barron-DiCamillo’s first role at DHS was at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center and she previously worked for four years at the Defense Information Systems Agency prior to DHS.
Her federal government experience also includes time as a supervisory IT specialist and branch chief with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and as a legislative aide to then-Rep. Tom Coburn.
Barron-DiCamillo is a recipient of the Commerce Department‘s Bronze Medal Award for Superior Federal Service.
She holds a master’s degree in information systems from American University and a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University.