Join us for guest speaker
Karen Durham-Aguilera, P.E., SES, Executive Director at Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery: Acting Today for a 150-year Tomorrow
Will the Nation's premier military cemetery close? Home of over 400,000 veterans from every conflict and nearly 30 burials a day, ANC may close in less than 40 years. Learn the engineering challenges to design expansions and the Army's plans to revise eligibility burial criteria to assure ANC a future. Discussion will also include:
Readiness and resilience of people to deliver the mission
Modernization of infrastructure to achieve resilience for now and the future
Current & future projects at ANC
Ms. Karen Durham-Aguilera, SES, is the Executive Director of Army National Military Cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery, serving as the Principal Advisor to the Secretary of the Army on all matters related to Army cemeteries. Ms. Durham-Aguilera administers and oversees policies; doctrine, plans and standards with all stakeholders to include the Army staff, major commands, and the other services. She also manages a $70.8M annual budget as well as $130M in existing major constructions and expansions, and the planning for a new $350M expansion. Ms. Durham-Aguilera has received the Secretary of the Army Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service, and the American Society of Civil Engineers 2016 Government Civil Engineer of the Year award. She received her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Civil Engineering from University of Louisville, and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Louisiana.
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