The Next Generation of GEOINTers
GEOINT 2017 features young professionals program
Twenty-six young professionals hand-selected by USGIF have the opportunity to participate in the GEOINT 2017 Young Professionals Golden Ticket Program this week. This program is an exclusive agenda for young professionals—those 35-years-old and under or with five or less years experience in the GEOINT Community—to receive complimentary GEOINT Foreword and GEOINT 2017 Symposium registration.
As a Golden Ticket recipient, the young professionals will participate in a special agenda comprised of mentoring sessions and luncheons with senior leaders as well as USGIF’s invitation-only Chairman’s reception.
The recipients will also participate in the USGIF Young Professionals Group’s outreach project and accompany 30 San Antonio Boy Scouts on a geocaching mission Wednesday morning.
The GEOINT 2017 Young Professional Golden Ticket winners are:
• Leanna Borrelli, DigitalGlobe
• Zachary Chatelain, BAE Systems
• Kristin Connifey, S2 Analytical Solutions
• Crystal English, San Diego State University
• Zachary Ferriola-Bruckenstein, PricewaterhouseCoopers
• Heather FitzGerald, NGA
• Marisa Hess, MDA Information Systems
• Stephen Huether, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
• Lidia Lopez, NGA
• Luis Machado, Washington College
• Megan Maloney, Appalachian St. University
• Sara McDale, NGA
• Greg Milbourne, Vricon
• Angela Oliver, Xcellent Technology Solutions
• Harrison Parker, University of Mississippi School of Law
• Keyur Patel, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
• Natalii Pitts, MDA Information Systems
• Ashley Richter, Tanzle
• Michael Rutka, NGA
• Elizabeth Slaydon, DigitalGlobe
• Jaclyn Tules, Esri
• Pia Ulrich, Federation of American Scientists
• Madeline Warndorf, DigitalGlobe (HumanGeo)
• Meghan Washington, NGA
• Krystal Wilson, Secure World Foundation
• Hannah Wiser, Wiser
Posted in: Education, GEOINT Symposium, Symposium Features, Young Professionals Tagged in: 2017 Show Daily Day 2, Education
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