Mr. Browning served as the director of programs, South Pacific Region, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. As one of three civilians to enter Baghdad after U.S. troops arrived in April 2003, Mr. Browning spent 10 months in Iraq, while acting as the Senior Advisor/Acting Minister for Ministries of Health, of Transportation and Communications, of Electricity, of the Environment, and of Religious Affairs and as the Director of Infrastructure for the Coalition Provisional Authority. Prior to Mr. Browning’s service in Iraq, he was deployed to New York City where he served as the Senior Defense Official on scene overseeing emergency response in the aftermath of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Mr. Browning currently serves as Senior Vice President with CH2M HILL, a $6+B global engineering firm, responsible for delivery of facilities and infrastructure for U.S. and foreign governments. A registered professional engineer, Mr. Browning holds a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Engineering and is a graduate of the Senior Executive Fellows Program at Harvard University.