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  • Cybersecurity Technical Training Panel
    technical training needed to enter cyber related workforce MODERATOR Tony Marshall President and CEO ISG Panelist Ms Renee Forney Executive Director CyberSkills Management Support Initiative Department of Homeland Security Ms Janet D Johnson CISSP CISM CISO Chief Information Assurance Division Ft Bragg Mr Jewell Gulledge Incidence Response Manager Network Enterprise Center Fort Bragg Mr Sale T Lilly IV Senior Associate Consultant Ward Circle Strategies Operation PAVE Paving Access for Veteran

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  • Biographies
    in Mathematics and Natural Sciences from Virginia Union University in 1987 a Master of Science Degree in Systems Technology Joint Command Control and Communications from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1995 and a Master of Science Degree in National Security Strategy from the National War College in 2009 BG Kilgo has served in a variety of command and staff positions His assignments include Communications Electronic Staff Officer 1st Battalion 503rd Infantry Regiment 2nd Infantry Division Adjutant Chief Support Division Chief Information Systems Branch and Commander Support Company 1111th Signal Battalion Fort Ritchie Maryland and Site R Network Systems Program Officer Army Networks and Systems Operation Center ANSOC 9th US Army Signal Command Fort Huachuca Arizona Deputy G6 and Executive Officer 122d Signal Battalion 2nd Infantry Division NETCOM CG Liaison Officer to 1st Information Operations Command and the National Capitol Region Fort Belvoir Virginia Chief Information Assurance and Computer Network Defense Division Army Network Operations and Security Center Fort Belvoir Virginia Commander 78th Signal Battalion G6 US Army Japan and Director of Information Management Camp Zama Japan Chief Spectrum and IED Defeat Branch The Joint Staff J6 Deputy CIO J6 Multi National Forces Iraq Commander 2nd Signal Brigade Wiesbaden Germany XO to the Commanding General US Africa Command and his recent assignment as Commander 5th Signal Command Wiesbaden Germany COL Kilgo is a graduate of the National War College Command and General Staff College Signal Officer Basic and Advanced Courses Combined Arms Service and Staff School Communications Electronics Staff Officers Course COMSEC Custodians Course U S Army Airborne School the Tactical Signal S3 XO Course and Pre Command Course His awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit 2 Bronze Star with OLC Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal 5 OLC Army Commendation Medal 2 OLC Army Achievement Medal Air Force Achievement Medal Iraqi Campaign Medal Korean Defense Service Medal 1 Global War on Terrorism Service Medal National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star Army Service Ribbon Overseas Service Ribbon 4 He is also authorized to wear the Joint Staff Identification Badge Parachute Badge and the Signal Corps Regimental Bronze Order of Mercury Colonel Donald L Bray was commissioned as a Signal Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 03 91 on 31 May 1991 His first duty assignment was as a Platoon Leader 426th Signal Battalion re designated 51st Signal Battalion Fort Bragg North Carolina His subsequent duty assignments includes Platoon Leader 426th Signal Battalion re designated 51st Signal Battalion 35th Signal Brigade Fort Bragg North Carolina Assistant Brigade S3 Operations 35th Signal Brigade ABN Fort Bragg North Carolina J6 Communications Officer Joint Task Force 180 Haiti Battalion Signal Officer 3rd Battalion 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment PIR 82nd Airborne Division Fort Bragg North Carolina Battalion Signal Officer Task Force Sinai Egypt 82nd Airborne Division Fort Bragg North Carolina Signal Officer Combat Support Coordination Team One 8th Army USFK Commander Alpha Company 327th Signal Battalion 35th Signal Brigade ABN Fort Bragg North Carolina G6 Plans Officer XVIII Airborne Corps Fort Bragg North Carolina Brigade Automation Officer 4th Psychological Operations Group Airborne United States Army Special Operation Command Ft Bragg North Carolina Chief Data Division United States Central Command Multi National Forces Iraq Baghdad Iraq Chief System Integration United States Central Command Multi National Forces Iraq Baghdad Iraq TAG D Human Resource Command Alexandria Virginia Functional Area 53 Field Grade Assignment Officer HRC Signal Branch Alexandria Virginia and Commander 2d Battalion 1st Information Operation Command Fort Belvoir Virginia His military education consists of United States Army Officer Candidate School Distinguished Honor Graduate United States Army Signal Center Fort Gordon Signal Officer Basic Course Honor Graduate Signal Officer Advance Course Honor Graduate Director of Information Management Course System Automation Course Command and General Staff College Department of Defense Chief information Officer Course and Joint Combined Warfare School Andrew E Tucci is Chief of the Coast Guard s Office of Port and Facility Compliance at U S Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington DC He is responsible for developing and implementing national Coast Guard policies concerning maritime crucial infrastructure protection including cyber security supply chain security and general port facility and cargo safety and security These policies include enforcement of the Maritime Transportation Security Act and other laws regulations and policies pertaining to the safety security stewardship and resilience of our nation s ports and facilities Captain Tucci has served in the Coast Guard for 24 years His field assignments have included work in vessel and facility inspections oil spill response marine casualty investigations search and rescue and other operations He has served in Alaska Portland Maine Seattle WA Louisville KY and Washington DC Captain Tucci holds a Bachelor s degree in Business Administration from Miami University Ohio and Masters in Marine Affairs from the University of Washington Seattle including a certificate in Global Trade Transportation and Logistics Meldon S Hollis Jr currently serves as Associate Director at the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities Within the office his focus is on STEM initiatives international programs and emergency management He comes to the Initiative from the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA where he had worked since September 2005 At FEMA he served in various positions including Coordinator for Intergovernmental Affairs in the External Affairs Division Program Officer in the Individual Assistance Division and Program Officer in the Policy and Procedures Branch of the Public Assistance Division Meldon has held senior governmental positions at the municipal state and federal levels He has served as Vice President for University Relations at Texas Southern University and as a university administrator at Harvard University and the University of Maryland at College Park He has taught on the faculties of Northeastern University the College Park and Baltimore County campuses of the University of Maryland and Howard University Prior to joining FEMA Meldon taught Government and Political Science at Howard University Over a 35 year work history Meldon has served in the Army Security Agency as Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Education in the Department of Health Education and Welfare as Director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities as an attorney and as a business consultant In 1965 while serving as an enlisted man in the Army Meldon received a presidential nomination to and attended the United States Military Academy at West Point He holds an M A in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland at College Park Maryland and a J D and M P A from Harvard University He has studied international law and indigenous courts at the University of Legon in Ghana West Africa John Schleifer is the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for L 3 National Security Solutions Defense Solutions Sector Mr Schleifer is a retired Army Signal Colonel with over 30 years of tactical operational and strategic level Cyber IT experience He recently served at the Defense Information Systems Agency as the Commander of the Joint Staff Support Center and also as the Director of Operations J3 of the Joint Task Force Global Network Operations during the establishment of USCYBERCOM as a Sub unified Command of USTRATCOM He has commanded Brigade and Battalion level Signal forces in Iraq and Afghanistan providing Command and Control and Information Systems capabilities to over 600 000 deployed US and Coalition Forces He has a Masters Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University and Masters in Strategic Studies from the US Army War College Major Joe Billingsley is Founder and President of the Military Cyber Professionals Association a nonprofit local chapter based team of Soldiers Sailors Airmen Marines and others dedicated to developing the American military cyber profession and investing in the nation s future through STEM science technology engineering mathematics education focused on K 12 The MCPA Fort Bragg Chapter is currently being established in partnership with UNCFSU He s a native of Stamford Connecticut earned a BA in History from the University of Connecticut an MS in Cyber Systems and Operations from the Naval Postgraduate School and is pursuing a PhD in Information Sciences He is actively serving as a Major in the US Army and has served in various leadership and staff positions from platoon to Army level Shelley Westman is currently Vice President Security Growth Initiatives IBM Global Technology Services In this role Shelley will lead strategy creation planning and execution to help guide Security Services future expansion She will also have responsibility for Business Operations including financial HR business development and staff support services Previously Shelley was Vice President Strategy IBM Systems and Technology Group She was appointed to this role in July 2013 In this role Shelley is responsible for leading and guiding STG s overall strategy addressing opportunity and performance gaps and driving alignment between our strategy and execution Prior to this Shelley was Vice President and BLE Security She was appointed to this role in June 2012 In this role Shelley had responsibility for defining the STG security strategy and offerings Before this role Shelley was Director IBM Power Systems New Delivery Models Integrated Offerings and Stack In this role Shelley successfully grew the Power Solutions business over 500 Other roles includes Director of Demand Forecasting and Planning and Director of Development Cost Expense and Resource Management Shelley also has procurement and contracts experience Shelley joined IBM 15 years ago Prior to joining IBM Shelley practiced law in Raleigh for 5 years She concentrated her practice in the area of civil litigation Shelley has a JD with honors from the University Of North Carolina School Of Law Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she graduated Cum Laude Specialties Law negotiations budgets operations forecasting offerings product development solutions offerings revenue generation solutions security software strategy Shelley Westman VP Security Services GTS General Executive Management Global Technology Services Shelley Westman is currently Vice President Security Growth Initiatives Security Services In this newly established role Shelley is responsible for driving the full range of Security Services growth initiatives and serving as the strategic and analytical core for all planning and execution in the organization including business operations alliances and M A Prior to this Shelley spent 15 years in IBM s System and Technology Group where her most recent assignment was Vice President Strategy In this role Shelley was responsible for leading and guiding STG s overall strategy with a focus on transforming the strategy to a market centric strategy addressing opportunity and performance gaps and driving alignment between strategy and execution Shelley s previous roles in STG included the Vice President Business Line Executive Systems Software and Security where she had responsibility for the STG strategy and execution around Systems Software and Security Shelley also spent time in the Power brand where she was Director Power Systems Integrated Offerings and Stack In this role Shelley had responsibility for developing workload optimized offerings and bringing them to market via new delivery models Shelley has held a number of other key roles at IBM including operations alliance management procurement forecasting and contracts Prior to joining IBM Shelley practiced law in Raleigh for 5 years She concentrated her practice in the area of civil litigation Shelley has a JD with honors from the University Of North Carolina School Of Law Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she graduated Cum Laude Army veteran communications officer Susan Hardwick has serverd over 22 years of service and has a proven reputation for creating cohesive success driven teams She is a dynamic innovative leader able to establish vision strategy and execution of long term short term objectives for complex problems Susan Hardwick also displays unmatched commitment to ensure team success maximizing resources and cost saving initiatives Possesses active Top Secret SCI security clearance Her specialties are the following Leadership of Large Organizations Large Scale Program Management Operational Planning Management and Implementation Strategic Planning Leadership and Team building Leader Development Innovative Solutions Development and Execution Public Speaking Change Crisis Management Budget Preparation and Cost Cutting Technology Assessment and Solutions and Recruiting Dave Roper is currently a Director for Defense Cyber and Army accounts for General Dynamics Information Technology Intelligence Solutions Division He retired in June 2009 after 30 years in the US Army completing his career as the Command Sergeant Major for the National Security Agency and the Joint Functional Component Command for Network Warfare Now US CYBERCOM As a Military Intelligence Soldier served in Special Forces Airborne Infantry Armor National and Joint and Coalition organizations providing tailored Human and Signals intelligence support He is a husband and father of four daughters Timothy Bohler has worked for RLM Communications Inc Lockheed Martin Information Technology and SYTEX He graduated from Capella University with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and a Master of Science in Information Technology He is a highly experienced Information Systems Security Technology Professional with demonstrated and proven ability in creating implementing and maintaining IT initiatives designed to enhance and strengthen business functions Extensive Government and Commercial Program Management experience Over twenty years experience of progressive results oriented technical and management experience with hands on expertise in information technology telecommunications security Information Assurance and Physical Security seeking a position where these skills will add value to an organization Certified Information Systems Security Professional CISSP 38963 and Certified Information Security Manager CISM 0301352 His specialties are the following Certified Information Systems Security Professional CISSP License 38963 Certified Risk Information Systems Control CRISC Certified Information Security Officer CISO ec council Certified Information Systems Security Mgmt from ISACA CISM License 0301352 Systems Administration Network Security SA Level II MS Cert Sys Eng Internet from Microsoft MCSE I License 2021779 MS Cert Sys Eng from Microsoft MCSE License 2021779 and Microsoft Certified Professional MCP License 2021779 General Velma Von Richardson U S Army Retired is vice president of Department of Defense Information Technology DoD IT Programs at Lockheed Martin in Washington D C In this role she supports Washington based DoD Chief Information Officers and other IT leaders in identifying priorities increasing program visibility taking new technology directions and recommending innovative IT solutions Richardson manages executive branch customer relationships with the senior leaders in the U S Military Defense Information Systems Agency and Office of the Secretary of Defense In addition she assists Lockheed Martin business units with customer relations and helps program managers overcome funding challenges to develop cost effective and competitive proposals During the past two years Richardson has focused on corporate priority and key DoD IT programs including U S Army Corps of Engineers IT services ITES 2S ENCORE II CR2 ITA Global Military Mail OPTARSS CENTCOM U S Central Command and AFRICOM U S Africa Command A strong advocate for Warfighter information technology and systems Richardson is following the DoD s new Stability Operations role Richardson is a member of Lockheed Martin s Joint and Army Customer Focus Teams and AFRICOM Integrated Product Team In addition she serves on the board of directors for The ROCKS Inc an organization dedicated to the professional development of the U S officer corps Before joining Washington Operations Richardson served as vice president and DoD customer relations executive at Lockheed Martin Information Technology Richardson attended the U S Army War College at Carlisle Barracks Pennsylvania from 1993 to 1994 She received a Master of Arts degree from Pepperdine University in Human Resources Management Dr Marvin Carroll founded Tec Masters Inc and serves as its President and Chief Executive Officer Dr Carroll served as Deput Program Manager Chief Engineer of Production and Test of Redstone Arsenal Huntsville Al from 1965 to 1988 Dr Carroll holds BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Howard University Washington Dc Dr Carroll received an M S Degree and Doctorate Degree in Public Administration from Howard University Randy L Moore is the Owner President and CEO of RLM Communications Inc RLM is a privately owned Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business SDVOSB certified 8 a by the Small Business Administration SBA in March 2006 RLM has a current staff of approximately 170 personnel located throughout 14 different states and 2 foreign countries With revenues of approximately 20 million in 2011 RLM supports a number of Federal Government and Department of Defense DoD organizations providing government contracting support throughout the world In 2009 RLM was awarded the Fayetteville Cumberland County Business of the Year award along with the Fayetteville Business and Professional League Founder of the Year award In 2010 RLM was selected as the co recipient of the Al Pruitt Visionary award as well as featured in the January issue of Black Enterprise Magazine and voted to the 2010 Washington Technology fastest 50 growing small businesses in America a distinction earned in 2011 as well In 2012 RLM received the business of the year from the town of Spring Lake NC Mr Moore is a military retiree with diverse communications and technology experience supporting both special operations and conventional military units Mr Moore has over thirty years of experience providing state of the art data and voice services to military civilian and foreign nations at every level of classification Dr Brian Kent is the founder and CEO of K3 Enterprises a Fayetteville NC based defense contractor specializing in the introduction integration training and sustainment of new technology With a high degree of process rigor as well as subject matter expertise Dr Kent has led K3 to become ISO 9001 2008 ITIL and CMMI Level II Compliant As a result of the Company s success it has been included in INC s list of fastest growing companies in the US and is considered to be a leader in its field Prior to founding K3 Dr Kent had over 20 years of leadership experience with the Department of Defense He currently serves as a Subject Matter Expert for numerous clients in the Defense Industry His specialty for consulting is Government Contracting and Operational areas which include cutting edge technologies such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Surveillance Devices Rapid Mobility and World Wide Communications Prior to

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  • CyberSecurity Symposium Pictures and Power Point Presentations
    Symposium Powerpoints Note Presentations may be PDF or PowerPoint Based on your computer settings different actions may occur Mr Zackary J Lemnios IBM Research Preemptive Cybersecurity for the Next Era Opening Keynote Address Ms Shelly Westman IBM Security A New Era of Security for a New Era of Computing Cybersecurity Employment Panel Dr Josyula R Rao IBM Cybersecurity Research Cybersecurity Research Panel Dr Marc A Zissman MIT LL Beaver Works

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  • Thank you!
    Training Panel Biographies Cybersecurity Symposium Pictures Power Points Thank You Thank you Thank You On behalf of Center of Defense and Homeland Security we thank you for attending and participating in Fayetteville State University s Second Annual Military Affiliates Cybersecurity Education Symposium and Job Fair Convergence on March 12 th to March 13 th 2015 Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent

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  • Jazmin Henry, Chancellor for a Day February 2, 2011
    Leadership One major component of the day was the Chancellor s Cabinet meeting which is held every Wednesday at 10 00 a m in the Chancellor s Conference Room located in the Barber building They discussed topics related to the well being of the students here at the university It was then that I really realized that the Chancellor not only cares about the students at Fayetteville State but I also understood the things that had to be done in order for marvelous things to happen in each student s life We had to leave the Cabinet meeting early so we could be on time for the Institute of Community Leadership board meeting which was located at the Education Resource Center in downtown Fayetteville As we traveled to our destination Chancellor Anderson bestowed Fayetteville knowledge upon me and we talked about the city subjects related to the university as well as my life He gave me caring guidance so I could become a better developed CEO in the future The Institute of Community Leadership Board is a group of individuals that reach out to young people and inspire them to be leaders by providing workshops related to leadership and having a graduation for them at the conclusion of their program I can sincerely say that this group of people show compassion and care for their purpose to develop the best leaders possible When we returned to campus we met with Ms Emily Dickens to discuss the arrival of the new President of the North Carolina schools Dr Thomas Ross Having a little time to spare before the Chancellor s interview with the Fayetteville Observer we stopped by an entrepreneur seminar that was taking place in the Olivia Chavis room of the Student Center This seminar was all week and was filled with vital information about how to successfully start and operate abusiness Since I am indeed a Business Administration major I found this seminar very intriguing and I was very attentive After the seminar I had a chance to discuss some issues with students The Fayetteville Observer s interview with the Chancellor about his most influential person was next on the agenda Ms Ella Baker was a pioneer in the civil rights movement and played a vital role in Chancellor Anderson s life Chancellor Anderson spoke so highly of Ms Baker as he explained her significance in his life from his early years to now He spoke so eloquently and almost had me in tears I love my Chancellor He displayed courteousness and that he was just like everybody else I loved it This was one of the highlights of my day and a spectacular way to end the day with the most powerful caring hard working humble individual on the campus of Fayetteville State University But wait my role did not end there The next day I was introduced at the Judith Jameson Chancellor s Speakers series Along with my sorors I presented a gift to Ms Jameson who

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  • Dominiqua Fritts, Chancellor for a Day, November 10, 2010
    attend the veteran s ceremony that was being held in honor of all past and present war vets This gave me a chance to hear the story of the soldiers and to get a little insight on what a normal day would be for them I was able to sit in on a GEAR UP conference meeting where I learned that there so many people in Cumberland County that really have a passion and dedicate so much time into helping youth succeed in life and in getting the best education possible The greatest experience of my day was walking into the cafeteria with Dr Anderson for lunch I felt as Elijah Davis stated in his article kind of like a celebrity People were so proud to see what I had accomplished I gave a lot of my friends hope that they too could obtain the position as Chancellor for a Day with hard work and persistence In the cafeteria Candlelight Vigil The last event that was planned on the agenda was to attend the Candlelight Vigil that was being held in remembrance of a fellow bronco Alexander Dontae Green Dr Anderson deserves a tremendous amount of credit for the event because he got up there and spoke to Dontae s family from the bottom of his heart and reassured them that the FSU family supported them 100 That event defined how much work actually went into being a Chancellor of a university Overall I enjoyed my experience as Chancellor for a Day and believe that this would be a great opportunity for every student to experience This experience would give everyone a better insight on what it is that Dr Anderson does every day and a sense of how much work he and his staff actually have to do to

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  • L'Asia Brown
    F A from NYU in Creative Writing and a Ph D from Howard University in Intercultural Communication Councilman D J Haire s visit with Dr Anderson put into perspective the relationship the university has with the local community I realized that FSU is not just an establishment that takes up land but a fabric of the Fayetteville Cumberland County and Southeastern North Carolina region By forging relationships with local business owners politicians alumni and residents FSU is creating a community that is encouraged to contribute financially socially and politically to ensure the well being of the university During the cabinet meeting I saw the true dynamics of administration The interaction of such academically and professionally seasoned individuals evokes a higher level appreciation for FSU in me Knowing that decisions regarding the well being of the student are discussed in such great detail is comforting Students staff administrators and faculty welcomed L Asia in the cafeteria She met many people who gave her great ideas for content to include in The Voice The meetings events tasks and general demands of the Chancellor are constant and sometimes overlapping It takes a great deal of energy organization intellectual diversity motivation and desire to

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  • Elijah Davis III, Chancellor for a Day on April 7, 2010
    Jon Young and Chief of Staff Thomas Conway I had the privilege of attending the Chancellor s Cabinet Meeting with all of the Vice Chancellors which lasted two hours It is amazing to see them discuss items regarding financial information and things that could help not only faculty and staff but students also While going to the Cafeteria for lunch we stopped by the Staff Senate Silent Auction I never knew anything about a silent auction until that day It was interesting to see the items that Chancellor Anderson and others had donated On the way to lunch in the Cafeteria The Health Fair in the Student Center was very informative I think my blood pressure is normal Well I will check it for you anyway replied the health professional It was heartwarming talking with student government association members and taking photos with the Omega Psi Phi fraternity and the AKA s in the Cafeteria Some of the students that I had never met wanted to take pictures with me I felt like a celebrity for a moment The next event I found exciting was the Chancellor s List ceremony I was totally frightened when it came to introducing the Chancellor but many people said I did a wonderful job The Mane Attraction was awesome Honor students received certificates I had a wonderful time at the last event of the evening which involved students making phone calls to alumni about potential donations to the University They raised a lot of money Overall I loved my experience as Chancellor for a Day and would recommend that anybody who is qualified should apply It has really enhanced my leadership skills The number one thing that amazed me about Chancellor Anderson is that he takes time to talk with the students to see

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