Dr. Shannon Lantzy is a leader in Booz Allen’s regulatory science practice, focused on efficient regulatory decisions to promote public health. Based out of our Bethesda, Maryland office, Shannon oversees innovation projects in the areas of secure connected health, medical device premarket review program assessment, digital health, simulation modeling, and decision science support services. Her team includes biologists, economists, operations researchers, engineers, chemists, epidemiologists, technologists, and data scientists.
Shannon has a background in data science, strategy, and mission integration. Prior to joining Booz Allen, she supported NASA’s science and human space flight mission directorates for close to a decade. After NASA, she took a 5-year academic hiatus to conduct research in consumer decision making using econometrics, predictive modeling, and experimental methods.
Shannon has three degrees from the University of Maryland, College Park, including a Ph.D. in business information systems from the Robert H. Smith School of Business; a master’s degree in information management from the College of Information Studies; and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and philosophy.