AFCEA International Chapter News
CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER CHAPTER - May 04, 2017

Nearly $270,000 in Scholarships, Grants Distributed at Annual Awards Night

The chapter held its annual awards night in May at Martin's Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Maryland. Rachael Lynch, event chair, and Jessica Morgenstern, vice president, scientific education, served as masters of ceremonies, presenting checks and plaques for 17 high school scholarships, 16 Kickstarter grants and nine college scholarships for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) studies. Rob Joyce, White House cybersecurity coordinator, was the event's keynote speaker, and he gave everyone something to think about with his presentation on the five revolutions of technology. In addition, Bill Dunahoo, AFCEA regional vice president for Maryland, installed the chapter's incoming officers. Through volunteer and chapter fundraising efforts and the generous support of sponsor companies, nearly $270,000 in scholarships, grants, science fair prizes and training was awarded this year.

Event Photographs:

Rob Joyce, White House cybersecurity coordinator, presents the five revolutions of technology at the chapter's annual awards night.
Rob Joyce, White House cybersecurity coordinator, presents the five revolutions of technology at the chapter's annual awards night.
High school recipients of chapter scholarships attend the awards night in May and network with members.
High school recipients of chapter scholarships attend the awards night in May and network with members.
Corey Doyen, George Cotter Scholarship recipient, enjoys the May awards event with scholarship namesake George Cotter, a former chief scientist at the National Security Agency.
Corey Doyen, George Cotter Scholarship recipient, enjoys the May awards event with scholarship namesake George Cotter, a former chief scientist at the National Security Agency.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Tracy Bickel
4102244343

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