Now comprising more than 2,000 organizations, AFCEA’s corporate membership program is growing both in the United States and internationally.
Remember a time without cell phones? It wasn’t all that long ago when communicating with someone other than the people in the room was only possible from home, the office or a telephone booth. For better and worse, those days are long gone.
AFCEA International, the Cyber Conflict Studies Association (CCSA) and the Atlantic Council have collaborated to create a cyber conflict history case studies contest.
Being a history buff is just one trait that has made Col. Landry stand out since he joined the Atlanta Chapter of AFCEA in 2005.
Social networking has revolutionized the way that people interact both online and off. AFCEA offers many opportunities for its members to connect using these interactive platforms.
Every meeting should have a specific objective: make a decision, plan a strategy or brainstorm ideas.
Chapter participation helps individuals and organizations interact with the entire AFCEA International network.
Leadership, mentoring, networking and fundraising—just a handful of the skills that helped Colleen Dilly achieve success both in her career and in her position with the Central Maryland Chapter.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation has launched a program to cultivate the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teaching profession.
Organization and dedication are two steadfast personality traits that have led to Celeste Gushee’s professional success.