Susan Morris heads Booz Allen’s Air Force infrastructure and environmental business, providing program management, technical, and analytical support to Air Force and Army stakeholders. Her team supports master planning to determine the location of new major weapon systems and overseeing the replacement of aging infrastructure supporting weapon systems. She also leads the firm’s Air Force environmental assessment capabilities, including climate change which promotes installation resiliency. Other responsibilities include developing partnerships to create new service offerings that increase military efficiency while lowering operation and maintenance costs.
Susan has served as a key Air Force mission expert and program manager in diverse roles. She has developed long-range marketing programs and built a regional presence in the Pacific Rim through her deep military knowledge and understanding of the Department of Defense's regional needs.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Susan was an Air Force civil engineer and military officer, implementing and managing a range of modernization and upgrade initiatives. Among them, she was the basing and units branch chief for headquarters Air Force civil engineers at the Pentagon, managing headquarters review and approval of the realignment of military operations. She formulated and implemented policy for all facility and environmental support actions related to mission realignment, airfield and community planning, National Environmental Policy Act activities, and congressional real estate accountability. She was also the Air Force civil engineer’s focal point for base realignment and closure analysis.
In addition, Susan has served as vice president for the Society of American Military Engineers in the Far East District and is an active board member and treasurer for the Association of Defense Communities.
Susan earned a B.S. in architectural engineering from the University of Colorado and an M.S. in systems management from the University of Denver.