Lloyd Guidry LLC
Lloyd Guidry Advisory Board
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Introduction

The advisory board will provide Lloyd Guidry LLC with fresh perspectives on the federal market, industry trends and business strategies. The group will serve in an internal advisory capacity.

The Client Advisory Board Members serve as advocates for our clients. They help us gain insight into the wants and needs of our clients and to search for innovative ways to better serve them. In an effort to provide the best possible input to improve the overall client experience, members of the board were selected based on a variety of characteristics, that include relevant business experience and relationships.

There feedback on issues such as new services and programs, marketing material, investment reports, and impressions about staff, phone courtesy and new opportunities are invaluable to our commitment of constantly improving our service and business practices.

Earl E. Devaney

Earl E Devaney Earl E. Devaney is the President of the Devaney Group, having retired from the Federal government at the end of 2011 with over 41 years of service. He now provides strategic advice to a wide variety of companies on how to start, mature and expand their business with the Federal government. Mr. Devaney is recognized for wide-ranging start-up and turnaround expertise within the complexity of government. A decisive, independent thinker with policy and operations management expertise, his ability to assess issues and organizational crises, made providing lasting solutions that streamlined operations and increased return on investment hallmarks of his career.

Six days after President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law, he named Mr. Devaney Chairman of Recovery and Transparency Board, which is charged with overseeing the $840B stimulus expenditure. In announcing Devaney's appointment, the President said, "I can't think of any more tenacious and efficient guardian of the hard-earned tax dollars the American people have entrusted us to wisely invest."

Working under tight legislative deadlines and maximizing his interpersonal skills, Mr. Devaney established a new Federal Agency, created two award winning websites with innovative geospatial web services for full transparency, and implemented an internationally lauded oversight program. These achievements were accompanied by extensive liaison at the highest levels of government, frequent Congressional testimony and an active calendar of speaking and media engagements. Reporting directly to the Vice President, he also served as the Co-Chair of the U.S. Attorney General's Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. His leadership of the Recovery Board resulted in extraordinary low levels of fraud and he enabled millions of citizens to clearly see how their tax dollars were actually being spent.

Mr. Devaney is heralded by the national media for ushering in a new era of accountability and transparency for the Federal government. In the fall of 2010, he addressed the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium on "Accountability and Transparency: The American Experiment". In 2011, Mr. Devaney received the Donald L. Scantlebury Award recognizing a senior government executive who demonstrates outstanding leadership and significant economies, efficiencies and improvements in financial management in the public sector.

In 1999, Mr. Devaney was appointed Inspector General for the Department of the Interior by President Clinton and confirmed by the Senate. During his tenure at Interior, he led the public corruption investigations which led to the convictions of Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff and the Department's Deputy Secretary and presided over the oil and gas investigations that engulfed the Mineral Management Service. As a result of his investigative and audit work at Interior, Devaney was invited to deliver the keynote address at the 2008 United Nations Conference on Public Corruption in Vienna, Austria. Also in 2008, he was named by Ethisphere Magazine as one of the top 100 most influential people in business ethics.

Prior to taking over as Inspector General of the Interior Department, he was the Director of the Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training for the Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Devaney supervised all of EPA's criminal investigators, as well as the agency's forensics laboratory and its enforcement training institute. He built and led these programs from inception through unprecedented growth. During his tenure at EPA he served as the U.S. Head of Delegation and Co-Chair of INTERPOL's Environmental Crimes Committee in Lyon, France. In 1998, he was the recipient of the Presidential Rank Award for outstanding government service.

Mr. Devaney spent the first 20 years of his career with the Secret Service serving in locations throughout the United States and abroad. At the time of his retirement, he was the Service's foremost expert on fraud and Special Agent-in-Charge of the Fraud Division. He modernized worldwide fraud programs for six headquarters divisions and over 100 field offices in U.S. and overseas by introducing progressive new approaches to investigating and preventing credit card, telecommunications, and computer fraud.

Mr. Devaney holds a B.A. from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and graduated from the prestigious Leadership Coaching Program at Georgetown University, the Executive Development Program at George Washington University, and two executive management programs at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. In 2011, he was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration. He also now serves on a number of corporate and non-profit Boards.

Steven B. Wiley, Founder and President, The Lincoln Leadership Institute at Gettysburg

Steven B Wiley What do the majority of Fortune 100 companies, such as Apple, Bank of America, Chase, Pfizer, Federal Express, ExxonMobil and Time Warner, scores of federal government agencies, including Homeland Security, Departments of Defense, Justice and Interior and over 75 Presidential Appointees and their teams all have in common?

When it comes to motivating, educating and developing their greatest asset, their people, they turn to Steven B. Wiley and The Lincoln Leadership Institute at Gettysburg.

Steve is one of the nation's most sought after performance coaches. ABC News calls him "the best speaker you've never heard of" and USA Today/Gannett says he provides "the most powerful performance training available".

He is a proven entrepreneur, author, and highly acclaimed speaker who has trained and entertained hundreds of thousands of top executives from around the world. His business experience includes the founding of three companies: two international franchise organizations and a national chain of fleet management centers. He has successfully negotiated multi-million dollar funding agreements for his own companies with some of the top venture capital organizations in the world.

Wiley brings a wealth of knowledge in the areas of leadership, personal development, successful marketing, negotiation, sales and business development. His strong leadership ability has earned him recognition in top publications including Inc Magazine, Venture Magazine, USA Today, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
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