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President: Lt Col Vanessa Johnson, USAF (ret)


Executive Vice President: David Geuting


VP, Technology: Phillip Parker

DataPath, Inc

Secretary: Clinton Austin


Treasurer: 7199305318 Michael Varner


VP, Awards: Brian Sroufe, USAF


VP, Corporate Affairs: Sean MacKirdy


VP, Education: Colonel Russ Fellers, USAF (ret)

SAIC

VP, Membership: Gene Dollarhide


VP, Military Affairs: Justin Kromrie


VP, Programs: James Appleyard


VP, Public Relations: Joan Janov


VP, Small Business: Dennis Kater


VP, Young AFCEAN Affairs: Christopher Colon


Science Fair Committee Chair: Srikant Mantravadi


Symposium Committee Chair: Rich Janoso


Volunteer Coordinator: Michael Clark, USAF


Chapter Focus
The AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter serves NORAD-USNORTHCOM, United States Space Force, US Space Command, US Space Force, US Army Strategic Command, US Space & Missile Defense Command, US Air Force Academy, Peterson-Schriever Garrison, Ft Carson, Cheyenne Mtn AFS and Buckley AFB. RMC is a leader in the Colorado Springs community unifying the robust military, government, academic and industry partners to advance the continuing education of today's young leaders in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and computer science fields. We have more than 700 chapter members who are prominent throughout the community in all facets of public service. The Rocky Mountain Chapter is proud to sponsor the premier annual Cyberspace Symposium at the world class Broadmoor Resort. This event attracts senior government, military, academic and industry executives to discuss the ever challenging cyberspace domain and ways to share information and best practices that can improve current and future cyberspace operations. The Chapter also holds monthly luncheons (changed to virtual in 2020 due to COVID); a volunteer appreciation dinner; and the tri-sponsored IMAGE Golf Tournament with the National Defense Industrial Association and Air Force Association (cancelled in 2020 due to COVID). The Chapter provides the Front Range community with over $250,000 annually in scholarships at Pikes Peak Community College and the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, grants to high school, middle school and elementary school teachers and donations to other STEM-related activities across the community.
   

AFCEA Events Calendar


Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2022 (RMCS22) Rocky Mountain Chapter
02/21/2022 - 02/24/2022
Location: The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO
Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2023 (RMCS23) Rocky Mountain Chapter
02/20/2023 - 02/23/2023
Location: The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO

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