Monica Heyl and Associates, LLC: Providing Field Analytical Solutions
Monica Heyl

Monica Heyl

Ms. Heyl established Monica Heyl & Associates, LLC in late 2009 immediately after retiring from the United States Department of Defense, US Army.

With over 35 years of service she was proud to have served as:

    • US Army Senior Leader
    • Director of International Programs
    • Recognized International Mobile Laboratory Expert
    • Former US Army Soldier

Ms. Heyl was compelled to transition the expertise developed in her
government career to new areas of entrepreneurship as a consultant
to other Governments and Militaries in mobile analytical laboratories
and field analytical technologies.

Working with other International Partners, she focused on:

    • Providing Strategies for International Cooperation
    • Development of Common Standards
    • Development of Common Training Curriculums
    • Harmonization Across Agencies
    • CBRNE Solutions Worldwide

Until 2008, Ms. Heyl served as the Leader of the US Army’s Mobile Laboratory & Kits (ML&K) Team and the Advanced CBRNE Training Team. In her capacity as the leader of these teams, she was directly responsible for the development of critical technologies that address the design, development and fielding of mobile analytical CBRNE capabilities.

  • Designing and integrating analytical instrumentation, support equipment and peripheral devices.
  • Training operators and providing continued support and consultation after laboratories were delivered to the customer.
  • Ms. Heyl acquired her knowledge and experience in designing mobile laboratories over the course of 20 years.

Via Memorandum’s of Understanding (MOUs), Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Patent License Agreements (PLAs), and Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs) she has teamed:

  • Several International Governments and Militaries
  • Most US Lead Federal Agencies
  • US Cities and States
  • To provide:
    • Protection of Soldiers
    • Security of Homelands

Prior to 1991, Ms. Heyl focused on chemical, biological, and physical instrumental analyses techniques at the research laboratory bench level, gaining the experience she needed to enter into the Mobile Lab Business Area. Ms. Heyl began her career as a soldier in the U.S. Army.

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