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ATLANTA CHAPTER CHAPTER - Mar 18, 2021

Emerging Leaders Host Live Event at Computer Museum of America

Emerging Leaders for the chapter held a live networking event at the Computer Museum of America, which is the largest technology museum on the East Coast. Members of the newly formed student chapter at the University of North Georgia also attended. The evening started with a tour showcasing many computer artifacts spanning the history of computing from the CRAY-1 Supercomputer to an Enigma Machine. After the tour, members, along with guests from the Atlanta Chapter of Bunker Labs discussed local events and what's next for the Emerging Leaders.

Event Photographs:

In March, Brett Stroney, vice president of Young AFCEAN affairs (l), and Heath Williams take a look at the Enigma machine which was a cipher device developed and used in the early- to mid-20th century to protect commercial, diplomatic and military communications (particularly Nazi Germany).
In March, Brett Stroney, vice president of Young AFCEAN affairs (l), and Heath Williams take a look at the Enigma machine which was a cipher device developed and used in the early- to mid-20th century to protect commercial, diplomatic and military communications (particularly Nazi Germany).
At the March event, Paul Wertz, chapter president (l), and Jason Smith discuss ways for AFCEA and Bunker Labs to collaborate in future events.
At the March event, Paul Wertz, chapter president (l), and Jason Smith discuss ways for AFCEA and Bunker Labs to collaborate in future events.
In March, Tamekia Foley, chapter AFCEA Headquarters Relations Manager, and Colt Whittall, vice president of programs, discuss changes since COVID-19 and how the U.S. Air Force has responded.
In March, Tamekia Foley, chapter AFCEA Headquarters Relations Manager, and Colt Whittall, vice president of programs, discuss changes since COVID-19 and how the U.S. Air Force has responded.

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