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Victoria Premaza

U.S. Department of Energy

2018 fellow

Victoria has over fifteen years of domestic and international engineering and project and program management experience. She is currently a senior engineer for the DOE Office of Project Management Oversight and Assessments. Victoria began her career in a Fortune 500 semiconductor company within the central Industrial Engineering group for high-volume cleanroom manufacturing and engineering working on facilities’ lay-outs and production process flows, facility projects (domestic and international) and respective simulations, and manufacturing ergonomics. She then worked with the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria within the subject matter area of nondestructive analysis and novel technology maturation and currently within federal service of the Department of Energy. While in the Department of Energy, Ms. Premaza has held various roles including the program manager within the Enhanced Surveillance Program ($100M+) of the Engineering Campaign, Defense Programs, NNSA and served as liaison between DoD OSD Cost Analysis Program Evaluation (CAPE) and NNSA during an Interagency Study. She currently works in the DOE Office of Project Management Oversight and Assessments in the area of project peer reviews for the Office of Environmental Management’s portfolio of capital asset projects that range from $100M to $16B.

Victoria has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering, and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Maryland. She is a Project Management Professional (PMP) from PMI and also holds AACEI credentials in Cost Estimating (CCP), Earned Value Professional (EVP) and Project Schedule Professional (PSP).

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