Shane Monroe is a project manager with over 7 years of governmental financial monitoring and compliance experience. He currently oversees all financial, project management, planning, and compliance related duties for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation funded projects related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion. Previously Shane served in a project management position working with state and local governments to identify and resolve issues associated with governmental grant compliance specifically related to the Stafford Act. Shane served as the project manager of a Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded Community Development Block Grant housing project where he worked with local officials to write policies and procedures that ensured compliance with federal, state and local regulations. He worked with multiple teams, including construction and environmental professionals to ensure that all applications met environmental and financial standards set forth in the adopted policies and procedures. Due to the nature of this project he had to work closely with state and local officials to meet pre-determined benchmarks to ensure that over 600 homes were either repaired or reconstructed within the allowable time frame.
Mr. Monroe’s direct experience includes:
- Compliance specialist for Hancock County (Mississippi) Hurricane Katrina FEMA claims
- Team lead for Harris County (Texas) Hurricane Ike FEMA projects
- Project manager for Galveston County (Texas) Housing and Urban Development funded housing project
- Project manager for over 30 Texas municipalities (including Galveston County) Hurricane Ike and Rita FEMA projects
Mr. Monroe’s Professional Affiliations:
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners