Matt Lyttle CEM, PMP

Director, National Security Segment, Guidehouse

Matt Lyttle is a Director in the National Security Segment at Guidehouse. In this role, he supports FEMA clients across the agency in strategy, transformation, and communications projects. He currently supports the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) in the transformation of public alerting to be more wide-reaching and more equitable. Previously, Matt led the visioning and planning of a reorganization effort impacting more than 2,000 FEMA employees and over $6 billion dollars of grants, technical assistance, and programing to the American public. He also supported FEMA Mission Support component offices as they worked to strengthen business processes and component office coordination. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Matt led engagements to update FEMA business, health, and safety practices that enabled the agency to achieve its mission while keeping employees safe. Matt is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, serving in Nicaragua from 2008 to 2010 as both a health promoter and coordinator of a department-wide emergency action plan. He has continued to build climate resilience in Latin America by introducing community preparedness initiatives to Bolivia, Chile, Honduras, and Mexico in collaboration with their national governments.