When talking to Jeremy Warren about his life and work in Dayton, Ohio, his love for and involvement in his local community is abundantly clear.
Jeremy, who started with Booz Allen as a college intern, supports the firm’s overarching modeling and simulation efforts as a chief technologist. He spent 15 years performing modeling, simulation, and analysis in support of the Air Force Simulation and Analysis Facility. He currently manages a government-owned modeling and simulation framework called the Hybrid Integration and Visualization Engine, or HIVE, which provides end users with a better understanding of their relevant environment through simulations that can be executed live, virtually, or constructively.
He takes pride in his work but also in his colleagues, whom he describes as knowledgeable and caring. “Over my years, I’ve had the opportunity to see many people grow in their careers and in life. Many of them are still around doing great work and continuing to improve life at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and here in Dayton,” he says. He’s proud of the support Booz Allen employees provided to the city’s Memorial Day 2019 tornado relief and their commitment to Rebuilding Dayton, Relay for Life, and Adopt a Highway.