We’ve taken on natural disasters, and we’re ready for your toughest business problems.

The J&M Team

We believe that great people can do extraordinary things.  We work in partnership with our clients to help them tackle their hardest challenges, and we like to have fun while we do it.

Our people are our greatest and most valuable asset.

Leadership Team


Michelle McQueeney McIntire

As President of J&M, Michelle is responsible for the strategic direction, fiscal health, and management of the firm; provides oversight of all contracts; and manages the firm’s quality control process. She is sought out for her ability to foster and strengthen stakeholder partnerships and build consensus. Michelle supports federal, state, and local preparedness, mitigation, and recovery efforts, as well as grant management and application development.

Before founding J&M, Michelle held several positions within the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), including Chief of Staff for FEMA’s Gulf Coast Recovery organization and senior advisor to the Principal Federal Official following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Prior to that, she worked in the Mitigation and Preparedness Directorates of FEMA.

When not in the office, you can find Michelle relaxing on the beach in Rhode Island or cheering on the Georgetown Hoyas and Washington Nationals.


Gil Jamieson

As Chief Operating Officer of J&M , Gil directs all aspect of client engagement and provides support to federal, state, local, and private sector clients. He oversees all organizational development contracts and provides overarching leadership for long-term and post-disaster recovery efforts, focusing on economic, public health, and social services. Gil has supported the development of national emergency management policies and assisted communities with translating federal guidelines to support resiliency-building efforts.

Gil is a retired member of the Senior Executive Service. His federal career began as a field operations manager for disaster response and recovery programs for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and his last federal assignment was as FEMA’s Deputy Administrator for Gulf Coast Recovery and the Principal Federal Official in the Gulf Coast States from 2006 to 2008. While with FEMA, he also served as Director of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) Integration Center, Deputy Director of FEMA’s Preparedness Division, and Acting Director of the National Emergency Training Center. He has demonstrated experience in successfully managing large scale, geographically diverse organizations in dynamic environments that involved the integration of emergency management planning, policy, and programs.

On his days off, Gil enjoys spending time in the outdoors and fishing and hunting.

Key Staff


Jen Marthia

As Vice President for People & Strategy with J&M, Jen provides quality oversight for client deliverables as well as spearheading various business operation efforts including HR, IT, and business development.

Jen has extensive emergency management and critical infrastructure program and policy experience at the federal and state levels, from developing national level policies and programs to facilitating the development of state homeland security grant applications. A former teacher, Jen has taught at all levels (K-12 and university). She also holds SPHR and PMP certifications.

When she’s not helping her clients, Jen can be found enjoying all that Western New York has to offer.


Mark Jamieson

As Vice President for Finance & Contracts, Mark’s responsibilities include contract and project management. He also provides programmatic support to executive leadership, conducts research in support of various technical assistance projects, and manages personnel deployed on disaster recovery assignments. Mark is also responsible for managing and administering J&M’s GSA MOBIS schedule.

Prior to joining J&M, Mark graduated from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and interned at an inpatient behavioral hospital where he conducted psychological research and administered and evaluated psychological tests.

Apart from his work at J&M, Mark’s interests include hiking, traveling, and health and nutrition.


Benjamin Cuddy

Ben provides technical assistance and planning support to federal, state, and local clients. He assists clients in strengthening partnerships with key strategic partners to further understanding of flood risk and other hazard information and provides support on special issues that include coastal mapping, levee and dam safety, mitigation planning, and other topics that promote community resiliency.

Ben brings local & regional planning and disaster recovery experience to the team. Prior to joining J&M, Ben supported FEMA’s recovery efforts in New York after Hurricane Sandy, where he coordinated with local, state, and federal stakeholders to develop comprehensive recovery planning strategies for jurisdictions in flood zones. He has also worked with communities to develop neighborhood sustainability plans and growth management strategies.

Ben enjoys visiting other cities, exploring their urban design and how they are planned, and can be found rooting on local DC sports teams.


Mary Curry-Ledbetter

Mary is currently focused on client and stakeholder outreach activities.  She conducts research for and provides assistance on a variety of projects including those related to logistics, health and social services recovery, change management, post-disaster economic recovery, and communications. 

Before joining J&M, Mary interned with EDA where she assisted in the evaluation of grant programs and grantee satisfaction, supported the development and implementation of EDA’s POWER Initiative, and helped to plan POWER roundtables and application review meetings around the country. She graduated from Rhodes College with degree in History.

Outside of the office, Mary enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring DC.


Scott Kaiser

Scott is an experienced senior geographic information systems (GIS) analyst at the intersection of emergency management, disaster response and recovery, public health, natural resource management, and sustainable economic development across the United States and sub-Saharan Africa. Scott spent 3 years supporting the U.S. Department of Health Human Services’ Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) as the geospatial lead for the Recovery Division and, during the federal response to COVID-19, was a key member of the Geospatial Integration, Analysis and Visualization branch within the Information Management Division.

Scott believes in the power of geospatial analysis to inform better decision-making in watershed management, resource management, landscape restoration, climate-resilient communities, and sustainable community development. His specialties include: Geospatial Analysis; Data Visualization; Environmental Hazard Threat Assessments; ArcGIS Online Dashboards; Python Scripting; Custom Application Development; Cartography; Public Health Planning; Emergency Management; Disaster Recovery; Geospatial Database Management; Project Management; and, Critical Thinking.

Outside of the office, Scott pursues a life of outdoor adventures. Whether by bike, on foot, or in a kayak, you can find him getting after it on our vast network of public lands.

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Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Please check out our employment listings.

J&M is also interested in reviewing resumes of individuals with specialized experience interested in working on projects on an as needed basis (contract, temporary, or 1099). J&M is seeking supplementary staff and surge personnel with specialized skill sets in disaster/incident management and recovery who would be available for deployment for extended periods of time with little notice, and subject matter experts, utilized on a project-to-project basis, with proven expertise in J&M business area.


J&M provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.  This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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