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ALAMO CHAPTER - 10/27/2019
Members of the IDEA [Individuals Dedicated to Excellence and Achievement] Benito College Prep team pose with Karen Rolirad, chapter vice president of scholarships and educational grants, after receiving their $3,000 scholarship. The award was deemed the "Women in STEM" and promoting diversity within the STEM fields has been the theme of 2019. In October, the chapter had the pleasure of sponsoring the San Antonio Boosting Engineering Science and Mathematics robotics competition. Karen Rolirad, vice president of scholarships and educational grants, explained that this is the chapter's fourth year supporting the competition. "We have been able to purchase all supplies and kits for the students and participate in the actual judging during the competition. It's amazing to see the creativity and ingenuity of each team." Forty-three schools participated with one team outshining the rest in supporting and promoting females. IDEA [Individuals Dedicated to Excellence and Achievement] Benito College Prep garnered a $3,000 scholarship and what the chapter is calling the Diversity Award for their support and efforts in including and promoting "Women in STEM." Congratulations!

ALAMO CHAPTER - 10/09/2019
In October, the chapter hosts a luncheon to recognize the chapter and international-level award recipients from the fall of 2018 and spring of this year. In October, the chapter's annual luncheon brought together winners of the chapter and international-level awardees who were recognized for their outstanding contributions in disciplines such as cyber, IT, and intelligence, as well as various categories such as Service, 40 under 40 and Women's Appreciation. There were 29 awards presented. Khurram Qureshi, vice president of awards, has been planning the event for months to bring forth an event dedicated to the award winners. "In the past, we had announced winners in conjunction with one of our monthly luncheons, but these folks work hard and deserved a standalone event." Rick Lipsey, chapter president, stated that the chapter is very proud to be the members' professional organization. "We are the organization that brings together the people involved with cybersecurity and intelligence that supports national and homeland security." Lipsey closed with the importance of recognizing what's going on in the community and the impressive acco ... READ MORE

LEXINGTON-CONCORD CHAPTER - 09/14/2019
Participants join in a group photo at conclusion of the annual Young AFCEAN (YAC) 5K Family Fun Run for STEM in September. The chapter's Young AFCEANs, led by race director William Keller, Booz Allen, sponsored its Annual 5K Family Fun Run for STEM in September at the Minute Man National Historical Park in Lexington, Massachusetts. A large field of runners and walkers, from toddlers to seniors, participated in this event to benefit the chapter's Educational Fund with proceeds backing scholarships in STEM disciplines. Top finishers received awards, and several raffle prizes were gifted to participants at the post-race celebration. Overall race winners included Brian Schneider for the men with a time of 19:05. For the women, Gina D'Addario ran away with a finish of 19:31.

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 08/29/2019
Seth Martinez, technical subject matter expert and government lead for the Application Security Team, U.S. Army, presents at the Women in AFCEA August event. Seth Martinez, technical subject matter expert and government lead for the Application Security Team, was the chapter guest speaker for the August Women in AFCEA event and did an exceptional job speaking on Security +, Cyber Security and IT. Seth Martinez is originally from Weslaco, Texas. After graduating from high school, he first attended South Texas Community College, McAllen, Texas, and then the University of Texas Pan-American, obtaining a bachelor's in English in 2006. After receiving his degree, he entered into military service for nearly a decade, serving first at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, for seven years with the Third Psychological Operations Battalion, then finishing out his service at Fort Knox, Kentucky, with the Third Expeditionary Sustainment Command. In the military he served in roles such as AV technician, VTC technician, satellite communications technician, IMO, first and second tier technical support, concierge technician, and help desk supervisor. After leavin ... READ MORE

MONTGOMERY CHAPTER - 04/27/2019
Tija Brown (center l), Charisse Stokes (c), Cheryl Brown (far r) are part of the YAAC team ready to Walk for Life at the April event. In April, The Young AFCEAN Advisory Council (YAAC) "Get Fit" program participated in a second great event: the 17th Annual Walk for Life. The team consisted of young professionals from the military, government and industry, who met up Saturday morning in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, to run/walk for a good cause. The Walk for Life is sponsored by the Joy to Life Foundation, which provides free mammograms and breast cancer screening to medically underserved men and women in Alabama. The YAACs are proud to support worthy causes and look forward to enjoying more fun and fitness at their future "Get Fit" events.

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 05/17/2019
The chapter transitioned into the summer with its monthly luncheon held in May. Government and industry officials showed their dedication and proactive business efforts by attending the event, engaging with the keynote speaker and participating in an open-ended and lively discussion. The highlight was Robin P. Swan, director, Office of Business Transformation, Office of the Secretary of the Army, Washington, D.C., who delivered an engaging, direct and informative speech about Army Reform and Futures Command. For those who missed the lunch, no need to fret because here is the rundown on what transpired during the day. Starting off the luncheon on an interactive note, attendees filtered into the Sheraton of Tysons Corner, Virginia, where they had the opportunity to network and expand their business connections. When the main doors opened, it was unclear whether it was the carrot cake or chimes that enticed people to come in. All chapter members should note that there was an update to ... READ MORE

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 05/16/2018
Kris Lester, federal Defense Department/Intel client executive, Oracle MySQL, addresses the chapter members and attendees during the May Women in AFCEA event. The chapter's first Women in AFCEA event of 2019 was sponsored by Oracle MySQL. The chapter welcomed Kris Lester, federal Defense Department/Intel client executive, Oracle MySQL, and Benjamin Wood, Oracle MySQL field engineer, to speak and discuss MySQL's ability to use NoSQL document storage with JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and its ability to convert between relational structures and the document structures on the fly. Instead of requiring two databases for an application that uses document and relational storage, MySQL can do both. This interactive technical session was led by Wood, and attendees learned about the InnoDB Cluster, JSON/CRUD capabilities and security features and functions of the MySQL Enterprise Edition. Wood also mentioned a database firewall as an additional defense that can be placed on the database to protect against SQL injection attacks without requiring application modifications. In addition to the MySQL presentation, Kathryn Thompson, chapter executiv ... READ MORE

MONTGOMERY CHAPTER - 03/30/2019
Col. Kyna McCall, USAF, chapter president (c), poses with participants and pilot during the March Eyes Above the Horizon Event. In March, Col. Kyna McCall, USAF, chapter president, represented women in AFCEA as a chaperone and mentor at the Eyes Above the Horizon event presented by Legacy of Flight Academy and the Red Tail Scholarship Foundation. The event took place at the legendary home of the Tuskegee Airmen, Moton Field in Tuskegee, Alabama, and provided 105 youths with an opportunity to be exposed to STEM programs and the field of aviation. Students received the chance to be mentored by Lt. Gen. Anthony Cotton, USAF, commander and president, Air University, and Col. Charles McGee, USAF (Ret.), one of the last living Tuskegee Airmen. Students were also given a chance to fly in various aircraft. Many of the participants came from an underprivileged background, and the opportunities provided by Eyes Above the Horizon inspired them to recognize the sky is the limit. Finally, all participants were furnished information on colleges, scholarship and employment opportunities in both civilian and military aviati ... READ MORE

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 04/25/2019
Women in NOVA (WIN) panelists and participants (l-r) Kristyn Jones, chapter WIN co-chair; Col. Claire Cuccio, USA (Ret.), president and CEO, SNVC; Eileen M. Vidrine, Air Force chief data officer, Headquarters, United States Air Force; Meg Mitcham, moderator; and Kelly Wenner, chapter board member, pause for a photo following the April discussion, The Risk that Changed My Career. In April, Women in Nova (WIN) conducted a panel discussion: The Risk that Changed My Career. In conjunction with Take Your Child to Work Day, attendees were encouraged to bring their high school-aged child (or older) to the event. A few took up the offer, and it was a well-attended, lively group. The speakers were Eileen M. Vidrine, Air Force chief data officer, Headquarters, United States Air Force; Col. Claire Cuccio, USA (Ret.), president and CEO, SNVC. The moderator, Meg Mitcham, vice president, Reingold, introduced the panelists by asking questions regarding risk-taking. Needless to say, both panelists took the risk. Some of the questions for the morning were the following: Are you a natural risk taker? Why do we take risks? How do risks pay off? Neither of the panelists believed they were taking risks in their career and saw everything as an opportunity. The overall message conveyed the following: Since you never know when the next opportunity will present itself, you must sei ... READ MORE

CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER - 04/04/2019
The April event was true to form, and the take-aways were numerous and heartfelt by those who attended.  "A remarkable and inspiring experience" were the words used by one attendee at the WIIG In A Minute conference, which took place in April. WIIG In A Minute is one of the signature events held by the Women In Intelligence Group, and its purpose is to foster information sharing via conversational mentorship circles. Each circle is hosted by a subject-matter mentor, who imparts expert insight quickly and candidly while attendees freely engage via Q&A and networking. The event at BrainTrust Holdings was well attended, and Denise Desien, WIIG president, BDTI, along with Shana Cosgrove, event chair, Nyla Technology Solutions, facilitated activities with the help of several other outstanding volunteers: Margot Blackard, SRC Technologies; Maria Booker, Booker DiMaio LLC; and Ceil Paul, BrainTrust Holdings. This year's mentors brought esteemed insight from a variety of different perspectives and continued the evolution of the event with the addition of the category, Business Strategy - Ask ... READ MORE

ABERDEEN CHAPTER - 02/07/2019
Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor, USA, commanding general of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, and senior commander for APG, speaks to a table of young women during a speed mentoring session at the February event. In February, the chapter's Young AFCEANs (YACs) held their fourth annual Mentor Protégé and Networking Night at Top of the Bay, Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland. This highly anticipated annual event is the most high-profile function organized by the chapter's YACs. Each year, a new crowd of eager young professionals attend this event in search of top-notch professional advice from leaders in government, military and industry. During the event, attendees are treated to a Q&A Panel with senior leadership from the APG area. Following this panel and a brief networking session, YACs are then split into small groups to take part in a rotating "speed mentoring" session, which allows them the opportunity to connect with the mentors on a more personal level. This year's event drew a crowd of more than 120, including a multitude of new faces and potential members, and featured a record number of female leaders on both the senior leadership Q&A panel and the speed mentoring session. Th ... READ MORE

LEXINGTON-CONCORD CHAPTER - 03/15/2019
In March, Stephanie Hutch, leader, AFCEA International Women's Subcommittee and Women's Outreach, Greater Boston, welcomed guests to the chapter's "Women in STEM" panel discussion presented in partnership with Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory. Panelists included Melissa Flagg, regional lead, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Northeast; Col. Amanda Kato, program executive officer, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Nuclear Command, Control and Communications; Joyce Sidopoulos, a founding member, MassRobotics and community manager, Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council; and Gretchen Stewart, director of high performance computing, Intel Corporation. Discussion focused on the important role diversity plays in successful organizations, particularly within or directly supporting the Department of Defense. Topics included how each panelist came to their respective STEM fields; their experiences as "the only woman with a seat at the table"; perceived or act ... READ MORE

ALAMO CHAPTER - 03/30/2019
Chapter President Rick Lipsey (far r) and Vice President of Scholarships and Educational Grants Karen Rolirad (2nd to r) present the Best All Female Team, Alamo Heights Army JROTC, with $6,000 in scholarships during the 9th Annual San Antonio Mayor's Cyber Cup in March. The chapter was proud to once again support the 9th Annual San Antonio Mayor's Cyber Cup in which 317 teams competed. The large number of competitors produced the highest quality and quantity of teams in the U.S. Guest speaker Maj. Gen. Robert Skinner, USAF, commander, 24th Air Force and commander, Air Forces Cyber and Commander, Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, explained there's a significant difference between other cities and what San Antonio brings to the fight. "If we would've come in the military today with the capability we had from back when I came in, we would be at the low end of the totem pole. These individuals are much brighter today." San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg added that San Antonio is leading the world and preparing for the jobs of the future by building on the relationships between government, industry and academia. "The CyberTexas Foundation's positive momentum helps our cybersecurity ecosystem as we invest and grow in th ... READ MORE

WIESBADEN CHAPTER - 02/14/2019
Military and industry experts meet during the Wiesbaden Tech Expo in February in Wiesbaden, Germany. U.S. Army photo by William B. King. More than 40 companies displayed some of their latest and emerging technology to military leaders at the Wiesbaden Tech Expo in February at the Tony Bass Fitness Center in Wiesbaden. The expo was hosted by the U.S. Army Europe G-6 and brought together current and potential military customers with representatives from companies providing a wide range of commercial technology.

HAMPTON ROADS CHAPTER - 02/19/2019
Col. Jeffrey Johnson, USAF (Ret.), vice president, JMark Services Inc., presents declassified Cold War era depictions during the February luncheon. The chapter hosted Col. Jeffrey Johnson, USAF (Ret.), vice president, JMark Services Inc., as our February luncheon keynote speaker. Col. Johnson presented declassified information and personal anecdotes from the Cold War era and framed it in context with today's cyber environment. The discussion was thought-provoking and provided a backdrop for critical thinking in a changing world.

BELVOIR CHAPTER - 03/21/2019
In March, don't miss this phenomenal panel of women leaders, featuring Col. Laurie Buckhout, USA (Ret.); Major Gen. Jennifer Napper, USA (Ret.); and Brigadier General Lorna Mahlok, USMC, chief information officer for the United States Marine Corps.  Creating Innovative IT Acquisition Solutions... Defending Tomorrow, Today

The chapter supports the Fort Belvoir, Virginia community, by connecting the government with IT industry professionals. Fort Belvoir, Virginia is home to over 90 diverse tenant and satellite organizations. Chapter members, non-members, government, academia, students and industry members are encouraged to participate in supporting the chapter's mission. There are multiple reasons to attend the AFCEA Belvoir Industry Days 2019 in March but here are the 3 top reasons:

1. Face-to-face interaction. Attendees will get to meet with over 100 vendors and can set up one-on-one meetings with speakers.

2. Grow your network. Make valuable connections within your industry.

3. Attend over 30+ sessions. Hear from top government and industry thought leaders including Army contracting officers from the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS).

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ROME CHAPTER - 10/12/2018
At the chapter's October event, Fiorella Lamberti, coordinator, communications team, IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group, introduces the chapter’s Women in AFCEA subcommittee and describes the group’s main objectives. The October event represented an opportunity to analyze the initiatives for increasing women's roles in STEM and to support this cultural change, as well as to introduce the chapter's Women in AFCEA subcommittee. Gen. B. L. Carpineto, chief, Italian Army Transmission Command, welcomed all participants, underlining the growing presence of women in the armed forces. The opening remarks were given by Lt. Gen. Antonio Tangorra, ITAF (Ret.), chapter president, and he illustrated how AFCEA is paying more attention to the themes in which education plays a crucial role. Fiorella Lamberti, coordinator, communications team, IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group, introduced the chapter's Women in AFCEA, describing the group's main objectives and the activities in coordination with AFCEA International. Tina Jordan, vice president, AFCEA International, sent a video message with her greetings. Monica Parrella, coordinator, Office for Equality and Equal Opportunity Action at the Italian Prime M ... READ MORE

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 02/22/2019
In February, the chapter's Women in NOVA lunch panel gathers for guest speakers' presentations on Innovation and Agility. Pictured (l-r) are Melissa Sathmary, Kristyn Jones,  Patty St. George, senior partner, KPMG Inc., Lt. Col. (P) Anne Wiersgalla, USA, director, Strategic Initiatives Group/Strategic Communications Headquarters Department of the Army, Chief Information Officer/G6 and Lt. Col. (Ret.) Samantha Haberlach, deputy director, Human Capital Management Practice, Definitive Logic. In February, the chapter's Women in NOVA (WIN) lunch panel discussed Innovation and Agility. Our speakers were Lt. Col. (P) Anne Wiersgalla, USA, director, Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG)/Strategic Communications Headquarters Department of the Army, Chief Information Officer/G6 and Lt. Col. (Ret.) Samantha Haberlach, deputy director, Human Capital Management Practice, Definitive Logic. Our moderator, Patty St. George, senior partner, KPMG Inc., introduced the panelists and engaged them in a variety of questions about how their organizations are supporting innovation and the challenges of doing this within the Defense Department policies and regulations. Col. Wiersgalla spoke about innovation in terms of the era of strategic competition. She cited innovations in warfare throughout the ages: fortified buildings, stirrups, gun powder, tanks, airplane, nuclear age and social media. The colonel suggested there is a need to examine how to change the character of war in order to overmatc ... READ MORE

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 10/30/2018
The AFCEA Women in Nova (WIN) held a panel in October titled "Business System Reform - What's different this time?" It provided attendees insight from engaging government executives on DOD's recent business reform efforts. The speakers were Greg Little, Business Integration Office, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), and Nikki Cabezas, project lead, IT and Business Reform Team, Department of Defense Chief Information Officer. The moderator, Ray Miles, strategic account executive, ImmixGroup Inc., provided an introduction describing the complexity of the DOD environment and asked the panelists how their organizations are meeting the challenge of business reform. Little described how his office is using data collection and associated analytics to provide an enterprise capability for the department to help agencies reduce cost and produce customer satisfaction. They are working to provide four financial data capabilities: 1) analytics as a service, 2) data as a serv ... READ MORE

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 10/18/2018
Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton, USAF (c), meets with Tina Jordan, vice president of region and chapter outreach, AFCEA International (r), and Kathryn Thompson, chapter vice president for Women in AFCEA, after Lt. Gov. Hampton's speech to the chapter in October. In October, the chapter's Women in AFCEA (WIA) welcomed Kentucky's Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton, USAF, to speak to the audience about her passion to encourage and challenge the state to get more girls involved in STEM careers. Kathryn Thompson, chapter vice president for WIA, set the stage by describing the purpose of WIA. It is to promote the growth of AFCEA membership by creating and sustaining a space for women in technology for dialogue and communication, and using these conversations to reignite and inspire women in IT. WIA's goals are to increase AFCEA female membership and to increase participation of women in all areas of AFCEA, including speakers at events, committee membership and award winner recipients at conferences. Lt. Gov. Hampton told the audience of her upbringing in Detroit and several manufacturing jobs that she held as well as her time in the Air Force. She went on to say that 71 percent of all jobs in 2018 require STEM skills, yet only 24 percent of females in the U ... READ MORE

LEXINGTON-CONCORD CHAPTER - 09/28/2018
Men's winner Mike Dimauro, wearing bib No. 170 (c), and women's winner Lindsay Willard, wearing bib No.7 (far right), start their race toward victory at September's Young AFCEAN 5K Run for STEM. The chapter's Young AFCEANs, led by race directors William Keller and Manuel Hernandez, sponsored their annual 5K Run for STEM in September at the Minute Man National Historical Park in Lexington, Massachusetts. A large field of runners and walkers, from toddlers to seniors, participated in this event to benefit the chapter's Education Foundation, with proceeds backing scholarships in STEM disciplines. Top finishers in the family fun run/walk received awards, and several raffle prizes went to participants at the post-race celebration.

MONTGOMERY CHAPTER - 08/28/2018
Area students learn about diversity in STEM in August during the chapter's High School Education Day. The chapter's Education Foundation hosted a High School Education Day in August, providing students a wealth of opportunities to learn about information technology careers in the military and industry. As part of the day, 600 high school students were escorted around the vendor floor of the Air Force Information Technology and Cyberpower Conference. Students also watched a video about successful women in STEM professions who are working in the local community. The video highlighted diversity in STEM fields and the many opportunities in the region. The Education Foundation thanks Isobar, 1Sync, MGMWERX, Datum Software and Booz Allen Hamilton for their sponsorship. Without their donations, this event would not be possible.

ALAMO CHAPTER - 09/18/2018
Chapter Executive Vice President Dave Kovach (l) presents a coin to Brig. Gen. George Reynolds, USAF, 25th Air Force vice commander, as a token of thanks for speaking at the chapter's September luncheon. Brig. Gen. George Reynolds, USAF, vice commander of the 25th Air Force, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, covered a broad range of topics as guest speaker at the chapter's September luncheon. The general began his speech by stating: "It is comforting to know that our Air Force is the most powerful, technologically advanced, agile and lethal fighting force the world has ever known. This capability is a direct reflection of the airmen who make up our service, from the most senior leader to the newest basic training cadet. Each and every airman is a professional warfighter, leader and wingman." He then spoke about trends and comparisons over the last 18 years between the United States and China and how social media and education have affected who leads the charge in technology. When sharing his experience living in New York and working at the Council on Foreign Relations, Gen. Reynolds says he realized "there are many people who do not know the military." He continued that "organ ... READ MORE

KAISERSLAUTERN CHAPTER - 07/19/2018
Delivering the opening remarks at the chapter's annual summer Tech Expo golf tournament in July is (l-r) Col. Neal Bruegger, USAF, chapter president, accompanied by Maj. Gen. John Maluda, USAF (Ret.), and Todd Weingeroff. The chapter hosted its biggest annual summer Tech Expo golf tournament in July to raise money for STEM scholarships. The event attracted 99 players, who formed 26 teams competing for a wide range of prizes donated by one of 12 corporate sponsors. All the hard work of the planning team paid off by bringing in $5,437 for the cause. The Women's Committee donated $1,000 for women's category prizes for the Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin.





KAISERSLAUTERN CHAPTER - 07/15/2018
Welcoming attendees to the annual Young AFCEAN Summer Tech Expo Kickoff in July at the Belgian Bistro are (l-r) Tech. Sgt Kasey Mortillaro, USAF; Senior Airman Sidney Rodriguez, USAF; Todd Weingeroff; and Tech. Sgt. Thomas Giddings, USAF. The chapter kicked off its Summer Tech Expo week in July with a Young AFCEAN social at the Belgian Bistro. The annual event saw its biggest turnout, with 94 attendees, and raised $1,000 for the Cycle for STEM event in August. Cycle for STEM proceeds support the AFCEA Educational Foundation to provide scholarships and grants to deserving STEM students and teachers. Attendees from industry, academia and the military were provided opportunities to network over food and games. Tech. Sgt. Thomas Giddings, USAF, led this year's event and was able to secure sponsorship from Dell, NetApp and Verizon. The Women's Committee is dedicated to reaching out to the community to help promote STEM education as well. It even enlisted the assistance of its youngest volunteers: Senior Airman Sidney Rodriguez, USAF, and daughter Reina, 5, helped raise money for Cycle for STEM during the Tech Expo kickoff. Efforts like these not only support important events but also allow members to network and share kno ... READ MORE

WIESBADEN CHAPTER - 08/18/2018
Maj. Gen. Erich Staudacher, GEAF (Ret.), general manager of AFCEA Europe (r), gathers with the chapter's newly elected officers, including David Pendall, president (l), at the membership kickoff event in July. The chapter was re-established in July after a nearly five-year hiatus with a membership kickoff dinner and information session at the Rheinblick Golf Course in Wiesbaden, Germany. More than 25 new and current members met to exchange ideas and information about goals, corporate memberships and the professional community of interest for AFCEA International's and AFCEA Europe's revived chapter. Kevin Kaufman, regional vice president, Central Europe-Southwest, provided an overview of AFCEA. Maj. Gen. Erich Staudacher, GEAF (Ret.), general manager of AFCEA Europe, also offered remarks. The chapter thanks both of these leaders for their personal and professional support. Chapter leadership positions were confirmed. David Pendall will serve as president; Dawn Sverak as secretary; Mike Baumann as treasurer; Kevin Johnson as vice president, community outreach; Felix Zayas as vice president, Young AFCEAN Program; Dan Warschawski as vice president, corporate memberships; and Brian Blank as we ... READ MORE

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 05/02/2018
Participating in the chapter's Women in NOVA (WIN) first panel last July are (l-r) Susan Shuryn, Hayley Kinnally (Young AFCEANs), Kelly Wenner (WIN), Lt. Col. Samantha Haberlach, USAF, Tamara Greenspan (WIN), John Koski Jr. and Johanna Curry. The chapter's Women in NOVA (WIN) started a panel discussion series that began in fiscal year 2018. Each panel had government executives sharing their experiences, challenges and expertise on a variety of topics. The series began last July with the cloud, human resources transformation and financial accountability as the topics for individual roundtable discussions with representatives from the U.S. Air Force, Army and Navy. Participants could speak with each of the panelists as they rotated through the tables. In October, risk management was the topic with officials from the Army, the Defense Health Agency and industry represented by Thundercat Technology. Speakers shared techniques for identifying, analyzing and communicating risk and methods to mitigate it. Representatives from the U.S. Defense Department, the Marine Corps and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense tackled the topic of Defense Department technology trends in February. The panel discussed the importance ... READ MORE

GREATER OMAHA CHAPTER - 05/23/2018
Harold Haney, chapter vice president, business development and marketing (l), thanks Lt. Gen. David Thompson, vice commander, Air Force Space Command, Washington, D.C., for speaking at the chapter's May luncheon. Lt. Gen. David Thompson, USAF, vice commander, Air Force Space Command, Washington D.C., told the chapter in May about his role in Washington, D.C. Space is about deriving data for its operations, and data is necessary for cyberspace operations to be effective, he said. A cyber attack can disrupt the military's ability to communicate with and control assets in space. Armed forces operate globally, and in turn, need to communicate globally. Gen. Thompson discussed how U.S. adversaries have been exploiting capabilities via space. The U.S. Defense Department has added $7 billion to support space operations. In concluding, the general expressed his confidence in Young AFCEANs to support the U.S. military and government and said he believes in the military's ability to defend space. Gen. Thompson thanked everyone who contributed to the luncheon.

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 05/17/2018
Chapter President Miguel Rivera (r) and Kathryn Thompson, chapter vice president, Women in AFCEA outreach (l), present a certificate to Sheri Donahue, president emeritus of InfraGard National Members Alliance, a participant in a May panel discussion about women in technology. Thompson was moderator. The chapter hosted a luncheon in May featuring a panel of women with diverse backgrounds in technology. Topics included trends and diversity in technology as well as cybersecurity. The event was sponsored by CoreSys Federal. Guests were welcomed by AFCEA Regional Vice President Martin Harbolt, Midwest region, and the panel was moderated by Kathryn Thompson, chapter vice president, Women in AFCEA outreach. Featured panelists were Dawn Yankeelov, founder and executive director of TALK, the Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky, and founder and president of Aspectx; Sheri Donahue, president emeritus of InfraGard National Members Alliance; and Brittany Robinson, graphic designer and owner of NotAnotherBrittany.com. Each woman's choices have led many people to immerse themselves in the growing world of technology. After brief presentations, the panelists participated in a discussion with audience members. All three women were inspiring, and the chapter looks forward to seeing wha ... READ MORE

NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER - 04/25/2018
Col. Nora Marcos, USA (l), and Brig. Gen. Maria Barrett, USA, deputy director of operations, U.S. Cyber Command, speak at the Women in Technology Panel during TechNet Fort Bragg in April at the Crown Complex in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The chapter held the TechNet Fort Bragg Symposium and Exposition over two days in April at the Crown Complex, Fayetteville, North Carolina. Major Gen. Peter Gallagher, USA, director of the U.S. Army's Network Cross-Functional Team, delivered the keynote address. Brig. Gen. Maria Barrett, USA, deputy director of operations, U.S. Cyber Command, spoke at the closing luncheon and participated in the Women in Technology Panel. The 762 people attending the symposium attended continuing education classes, professional development breakfasts, government and industry panels, and track sessions focused on mission command, cyber and multidomain battle. Seventy vendors showcased their latest technological advances in the exhibit hall. The Future Leaders Pavilion hosted a "best of the best" science fair in tandem with the symposium, showcasing the innovative ideas of the top 20 STEM students from across North Carolina competing for best project. The symposium, which added 19 new AFCEA members, c ... READ MORE

CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER - 03/06/2018
Women in Intelligence Group (WIIG) mentors participating in the chapter's WIIG in a Minute (WIAM) mentoring session in March include (l-r) Jami Kirkwood, WIAM co-lead; Alison Eyre, vice president, executive and technical recruiter for Strategic Resource Group (SRG); Debbie Mobley, human resources manager for Praxis Engineering; Angie Lienert, president and CEO of IntelliGenesis LLC; Rachel Schei, chief engineer at Northrop Grumman Mission Systems; Doreen Harwood, senior vice president at Leidos; and Shana Cosgrove, WIAM co-lead. The chapter's Women in Intelligence Group (WIIG) held its annual WIIG in a Minute (WIAM) in March at OPS Consulting in Hanover, Maryland. WIAM provides the opportunity for candid professional discussions in a small group setting. A diverse group of women in the intelligence community from industry and government attended the event. Nearly 50 women came together for a mentoring session with a seasoned group that included Angie Lienert, president and CEO of IntelliGenesis LLC, mentoring on business development, leadership and operations; Alison Eyre, vice president, executive and technical recruiter for Strategic Resource Group (SRG), mentoring on recruiting; Debbie Mobley, human resources manager for Praxis Engineering, mentoring on human resources; Doreen Harwood, senior vice president at Leidos, mentoring on leadership, acquisition and program management; and Rachel Schei, chief engineer at Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, mentoring on engineering. Jami Kirkwood, WIAM co-lead, com ... READ MORE

LOS ANGELES CHAPTER - 02/15/2018
Chapter President Bill Page (r) and Col. Stephen G. Purdy Jr., USAF, director of the Space Superiority Systems Directorate at Los Angeles Air Force Base (2nd from l), honor chapter award winners (from l) Laura Pope, Nicholas Farinacci and Greg Kindred at a February luncheon. Col. Stephen G. Purdy Jr., USAF, director of the Space Superiority Systems Directorate at Los Angeles Air Force Base, spoke at the chapter's February luncheon. Chapter President Bill Page presented several awards, and Col. Purdy congratulated winners. Greg Kindred received a letter of appreciation for AFCEA support. Also honored were Laura Pope, Women in AFCEA, and Nicholas Farinacci, Emerging Leadership Award.









PORTUGAL CHAPTER - 02/01/2018
Chapter President Rear Adm. Mario Durao, PRT N (Ret.), speaks at the 30th anniversary dinner in February at the restaurant of the Order of Engineers in Lisbon, Portugal. The chapter held a formal dinner in February at the restaurant of the Order of Engineers in Lisbon, Portugal, to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Sixty guests representing the chapter's governing bodies, including committees, Young AFCEANs, Women in AFCEA and Student Clubs, attended. During the dinner, a protocol of cooperation was signed between the chapter and the engineers association, one of the most ancient and prestigious groups in Portugal. Also present were representatives of the military, academia, industry, AFCEA International and NATO.


ROME CHAPTER - 10/01/2017
Fiorella Lamberti (standing), chapter board member and women's outreach leader, speaks at the first meeting of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Italy Section's Women in Engineering Affinity Group (WIE AG) in October. Chapter board member and women's outreach leader Fiorella Lamberti spoke at the first meeting of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Italy Section's Women in Engineering Affinity Group (WIE AG) in October. The WIE AG was created to promote and sustain the presence of female engineers in Italy's universities, industries and institutions. Fiorella, who is also the group's communications coordinator, provided an overview of the chapter's Women in AFCEA initiatives. She also discussed the WIE AG's objectives and motivations, showing figures that demonstrate the large amount of work to be done to increase women's presence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The event also provided an opportunity for networking with other similar associations active in promoting women in STEM, including AICA-Women in ICT and WeWomEngineers.

DAYTON-WRIGHT CHAPTER - 10/20/2017
The chapter's October luncheon featured a Women in Cyber Panel. The panel fielded questions on the new cyber requirements and policies of new organizations like the cyber resiliency organization in Air Force Material Command, Wright Patterson Air Force Base. It featured longtime members and supporters Lorna Estep, Jackie Janning-Lask, Dr. Kristen Liggett and Teresa Moyer. Estep, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the director of Resource Integration, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection. She is responsible for planning, programming and budgeting of weapon systems sustainment, equipment, logistics and installation resource requirements. Dr. Liggett is a senior human factor engineer at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Lask serves as the director of Engineering, Agile Combat Support Directorate, Wright Patterson Air Force Base. She provides the technical leadership and engineering guidance to deliver crosscutting capabilities. Moyer is an acqu ... READ MORE

MONTGOMERY CHAPTER - 08/30/2017
Charisse Stokes (front, c), the chapter's Education Foundation director, speaks at the Diversity in STEM Educators Forum in August. The chapter's Education Foundation hosted two events with Women in AFCEA in August to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and career choices for young men and women. The first event was a Diversity in STEM Educators Forum featuring Essye Miller, the Defense Department's deputy chief information officer for cybersecurity as the guest speaker. The breakfast was held at Embassy Suites in Montgomery, Alabama. Government, military, industry and community leaders and educators attended. At the event, Miller discussed the importance of diversity in STEM and the need to draw more diverse people into the field. The Education Foundation also held a High School Education Day, inviting more than 700 local high school students to the Air Force Information Technology Conference and escorting them around the vendor floor to learn about careers in information technology in the military and industry. As part of Education Day, there was also a special Women in ST ... READ MORE

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 07/19/2017
Women in NOVA attendees and distinguished speakers discussed the cloud, human resources transformation and financial accountability at the roundtable in July. In July, Women in NOVA held their quarterly meeting. More than 50 attendees talked more in-depth about the topics they covered this year including the cloud, human resources transformation and financial accountability. The roundtable of experts featured Lt. Col. Samantha Haberlach, USAF, chief, System Planning and Integration Division, Plans and Integration Directorate, Headquarters United States Air Force; John Koski, Jr., director of information systems and technology, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Operations; Johanna Curry, project officer for the U.S. Army's application migration; and Susan Shuryn, cloud computing lead in the office of the Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer. After networking, experts engaged in 15-minute open discussions with small groups. During the discussions Curry clarified the importance of the Army Cloud Computing Enterprise Transformation (ACCENT) program and noted that all ordering on ACCENT will be ... READ MORE

PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER - 07/18/2017
Attending the July Walnut Club Awards banquet honoring local female leaders are (from l) Tina Jordan, AFCEA vice president, membership; Rob Corey, chapter president; Capt. Tanya M. Koch, USAF, director of operations, 436th Communications Squadron; Capt. Jo Anne Schultze, USAR, Judge Advocate General's Corps, and director of operations, USO of Southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania; Chapter Treasurer Mark Meaders; Lt. Col. Stacie A. Rembold, USAF, commander, 436th Communications Squadron; Kristen Davis of Philadelphia's Salvation Army; and AFCEA Regional Vice President Frank Arlotta. The chapter secured a sponsorship and the opportunity to recognize outstanding women in uniform at the July Walnut Club Awards honoring 42 female business and community leaders in the Philadelphia region. Chapter leaders extended invitations to several members to the dinner awards banquet for their support of the chapter and their dedication to defending the nation. Receiving recognition for their service were Lt. Col. Stacie A. Rembold, USAF, commander, 436th Communications Squadron; Capt. Tanya M. Koch, USAF, director of operations, 436th Communications Squadron; and Capt. Jo Anne Schultze, USAR, Judge Advocate General's Corps, and director of operations, USO of Southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Accompanying them at the event were Chapter President Rob Corey, Treasurer Mark Meaders, Regional Vice President Frank Arlotta, Tina Jordan, AFCEA vice president, membership, and Kristen Davis of Philadelphia's Salvation Army. Rob Gessner, chapter vice president-programs, with assistan ... READ MORE

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 06/16/2017
Women share their career experiences at the first Women in the Industry (IT) luncheon in June. The chapter's Women's Outreach Committee hosted its first Women in the Industry (IT) luncheon in June at the HRC Complex at Fort Knox, Kentucky. The luncheon attracted 27 attendees, who came together to network and share their experiences with other women in the information technology field. As part of the Women in AFCEA initiative, Joy Begley, the chapter's women's outreach leader, coordinated this first event, which the chapter plans to hold annually. The program included an interactive activity called Networking Jeopardy. After the team-building activity, Begley shared insights about her experiences in the industry and opened up the floor for other women to share their stories. Several women shared how they began their journey and the great things they are doing in support of the Army. At the end of the conversations, the women discovered how closely bonded they really are, and it was an uplifting experience. Begley thanks Jenifer Spencer, Mandi Septer, Nikki Beatty, Kim Kimbroug ... READ MORE

CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER - 05/25/2017
Attending the chapter's Women In Intelligence Group book club in May are (l-r) Kirsten Miller, Laurian Vega, Barbara Petilli and Jen Buchanan. Photo courtesy of John Garcia. In May, the chapter's Women In Intelligence Group (WIIG) book club met to discuss Dr. Lois Frankel's "Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office." The discussion centered on specific steps to achieving further success at work through astute networking, communication and mentorship. The WIIG book club has met since 2007 to address the challenges and issues women leaders face in the government, military and industry communities. The group is inspired through sharing career experiences and meets regularly to discuss books on business, career development and technology.

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 03/16/2017
Gathering at the chapter's March general membership meeting are (from l) Executive Vice President Miguel Rivera; Vice Chairman Mark Thompson; guest speaker Donald W. Hewatt of DXC Technology; and Chapter President Bill Heidenreich. In March, the chapter hosted its general membership meeting at the Saber & Quill in Fort Knox, Kentucky. The event was sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (now DXC Technology). Attendees were treated to a catered lunch and awards presentations, followed by guest speaker Donald W. Hewatt, director of workload and cloud practice, U.S. Public Sector, DXC Technology. His presentation focused on cloud services. He emphasized that cloud services have grown and continue to evolve along with Defense Department objectives. DXC Technology has a unique line of cloud services that encompass three unique solutions: infrastructure as a service, software as a service and platform as a service. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) provides storage, networks, databases and applications in the cloud. IaaS platforms offer scalable resources that can be adjusted on demand. Being able to scale on demand is a cost-saving model, as consumer demand varies depending on time of year and day. Consumers will ... READ MORE

CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER - 03/09/2017
Attending the chapter's annual Women In Intelligence Group Event in March are (l-r) Shana Cosgrove, president, Nyla Technoloy Solutions; Tina Kuhn, president and CEO, CyberCore Technology; Jennifer Drury, director of recruiting, ASRC Federal; Margot Blackard, director of program development and strategy, Tensley Consulting; Nicole Gorospe, Ledios and WIIG communications lead; Katie Selbie, director of national cyber and intelligence solutions, Northrup Grumman; Vicki Imre, program manager, Freedom Consulting Group; Jim Gavin, COO, Ops Consulting; Denise Desien, president, BDIT and vice president of WIIG; and Jami Kirkwood, CEO, Automation Career Consultant. The chapter’s Women In Intelligence Group (WIIG) held their annual program, WIIG In A Minute, in March. The event offered women in the intelligence community nearly 40 opportunities for roundtable mentoring discussions in business development and operations; engineering development and growth; executive leadership and strategy; program management; and recruiting. The event was sponsored and hosted by OPS Consulting in Hanover, Maryland. Distinguished women leaders included Margot Blackard, director of program development and strategy, Tensley Consulting; Katie Selbe, director of national cyber and intelligence solutions, Northrop Grumman; Tina Kuhn, president and CEO, CyberCore Technologies; Vicki Imre, program manager, Freedom Consulting; and Jennifer Drury, recruiting director cyber & SIGINT, ASRC Federal. The event focuses on career mentoring and fostering positive relationships in the community. One attendee shared, "This was the first WIIG event I've gone to and to say the leas ... READ MORE

CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER - 11/25/2016
Members of the chapter's Women In Intelligence Group Book Club meet in October to discuss The Confidence Effect: Every Woman's Guide to the Attitude that Attracts Success. In October, the chapter's Women In Intelligence Group Book Club convened for a lively book discussion of The Confidence Effect: Every Woman's Guide to the Attitude that Attracts Success by Grace Killeleat at CollabraSpace in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. The book is designed to help women develop the skills and mindset to become more confident in the workplace. The group discussed the importance of mentoring as a way of giving back, methods of introducing themselves to mentors and enjoyed discovering and sharing several book club attendees' experiences with meeting Colin Powell. The group also discussed the importance of ceasing the practice of apologizing and tips for empowering oneself with music, posture and preparation. The group meets quarterly to discuss works that contribute to professional development for women in the intelligence community.

MONTGOMERY CHAPTER - 08/30/2016
The chapter celebrates award winners and guests in August, including (l-r) Eric Sloan, chapter president; Lt. Gen. Michael Basla, USAF (Ret.); Jason Frye, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), Young AFCEAN of the Year; Tommy Pope, Industry AFCEAN of the Year; Master Sgt. Carlton Young, USAF, Government AFCEAN of the Year; and Todd Strange, mayor of Montgomery, Alabama. In August, the chapter hosted its Annual Awards Banquet to recognize the outstanding contributions of key members. The event took place at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center in Montgomery, Alabama, and drew a full house of military, industry and government personnel. The following individuals were recognized with chapter-level awards: Jason Frye, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), Young AFCEAN of the Year; Master Sgt. Carlton Young, USAF, Government AFCEAN of the Year; Tommy Pope, Industry AFCEAN of the Year; and Candace Akerson, Air University, Montgomery AFCEA Chapter President's Award. Additionally, the following individuals were recognized for their recent awards from AFCEA International: Senior Master Sgt. Neil Stewart, USAF, Meritorious Service Award; Capt. Jesse Wayne, USAF, Regional Distinguished Young AFCEAN of the Year; and Charisse Stokes, Distinguished Women in AFCEA Award. The chapter also was the recipient of the 2015 Model Chapter Award. Before ... READ MORE

CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER - 06/30/2016
Attending the Women in Intelligence Group book club in June are (front l-r) Kirsten Miller, Shasta Ingram, Jami Kirkwood and (back l-r) Mary Beth Ruch, Colleen Dilly, Maria Muse-Duncan, Gail Sanders, Jen Buchanan and Jennifer Andelman. Photo by John Garcia. In June, the chapter’s Women in Intelligence Group (WIIG) held a lively summer book club to discuss their Myers-Briggs personality types and “Type Talk at Work (Revised): How the 16 Personality Types Determine Your Success on the Job” by Otto Kroeger, Janet Thuesen and Hile Rutledge. Zavda Technologies in Ellicott City hosted the event at the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship. The group discussed the themes of understanding and applying personality types. The WIIG book club meets quarterly at rotating businesses to discuss books on business, career development and technology issues. These opportunities to delve into areas of particular concern and interest to women in business provide a forum for women in AFCEA to discuss their professional challenges and successes.

NORTHERN VIRGINIA CHAPTER - 07/19/2016
Government executives from the U.S. Defense Department participated in a panel discussing cyber health and wellness at the Women in Northern Virginia Cyber Health and Wellness Expo in July. The panelists, Greg Garcia, chief information officer, Army Corp of Engineers; Col. Darby McNulty, USA, Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems; and Adarryl Roberts, director, Defense Business Systems Center of Excellence, Defense Logistics Agency, were led by moderator Nirali Shah Chawla, director, Advisory Services Practice, KPMG. Panelists discussed the challenges governments, companies and critical infrastructures are facing in an increasingly challenging cybersecurity environment. The dialogue then transitioned to personal health and well-being. The combination was a true balance-of-life conversation. In addition to an informative panel discussion, the following health and wellness vendors shared information on a variety of health-related topics: Potomac River Running, ... READ MORE

NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER - 08/10/2016
Chapter President Paul Reimers and Georgia Popp, chapter vice president, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program (r), recognize $1,000 grant winners in August, including (l-r) Megan McMillen of Pine Forest Middle School; Nadyne Wilds-Gilbert of Lewis Chapel Middle School; Barbara White of Glendale Acres Elementary School; and Stephanie Spangler of New Century International Middle School. The chapter, with its educational grants, supports the same innovative spirit that built this nation. At the chapter's August luncheon, four local teachers each received $1,000 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) grants, and the Harnett County FIRST Robotics Team received a $1,000 grant. Lydia Gutierrez, a member of the robotics team, demonstrated its award-winning robot for chapter members. Gutierrez is entering Campbell University this fall as an engineering student, an excellent example of women in STEM. In addition, members were challenged to provide additional financial and technical assistance to these teachers and volunteer to serve as mentors to the robotics team.

ALAMO CHAPTER - 07/13/2016
Attending the chapter's July screening of a documentary highlighting the women who programmed the first all-electronic computer are (back row, l-r) Dillon Watkins; Steven Russell; Rick Riney, Emily Rausch; Bethany Reese; Mark Robles; (front row, l-r) Kevin Weiss; Jennifer Bodin; Tiffany Tremont; Ryan Rosado; Natasha Martinez-Robles; and Jason Swint. The chapter's Young AFCEANs hosted a screening in July of the 20-minute documentary, The Computers, based on the story of six brilliant women who programmed the first all-electronic computer, known as the ENIAC. These women were pioneers and innovators but remained invisible and unrecognized for decades. Young AFCEAN Vice President Tiffany Tremont said, "This is an important documentary to view because these women were trailblazers. We need to see them and get inspired and to make sure we're innovative and that we're also recognized within our respective career fields and within the community." The event was a networking and team-building event among the Young AFCEANs and a few other chapter members. Dillon Watkins, a new chapter member, said, "This is a great event to network, and the women in this documentary deserve to be recognized and get credit for what they've achieved. This has definitely broadened my perspective in IT in general." The workload was massive for these women, w ... READ MORE

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 05/18/2016
Attending the May lunch event are (l-r) Karen Barry, Kathy White,  Jeanette DeCamp, Angela Alexander-Mendoza and Jenifer Spencer. 
In May, the chapter held a Young AFCEAN Lunch & Learn event at the Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude Complex. Participants enjoyed a presentation on the history of women in AFCEA. Jenifer Spencer, Women in AFCEA representative, shared a documentary about women working in technical fields going back to 1946. Today, 78 percent of positions in the Army are open to women, and women serve in 95 percent of all Army occupations (active-duty and reserve components) as of 2014. The documentary discussed the six brilliant young women who programmed the first all-electronic computer for the U.S. Army as a part of a secret World War II project. After the documentary, participants could speak with women from the AFCEA chapter, hear lessons learned, how they became involved in IT, and other experiences. Spencer is a Michigan native who now resides in Kentucky and has 15 years of experience developing, designing and planning information technology solutions. She has supported multiple clients across the ... READ MORE

FORT KNOX GOLD VAULT CHAPTER - 03/10/2016
Luke Hill (l), chairman of the board, presents an award to guest speaker Maj. Gen. Earl D. Matthews, USAF (Ret.) at the general membership meeting in March. In March, the chapter hosted its first General Membership Meeting (GMM) of the year. During the meeting, Chairman Luke Hill informed the membership that the chapter is one of the largest and fastest growing chapters. President Bill Heidenreich reminded the members of the goals for the year which included competing for the Model Chapter Award, Model Young AFCEAN Award, building membership, increasing representation of women, government, and military within the chapter, and awarding scholarships to deserving area students who are pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) studies. The chapter received the 2015 Model Chapter Award and the Model Young AFCEAN Award. Jenifer Spencer received the Distinguished Young AFCEAN award and was recognized at the West Conference. Jenifer is also a member of the National Women in AFCEA Committee and the Young AFCEAN representative for the Membership Committee. The March GMM was sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the ke ... READ MORE


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