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Officers and Advisors

Debra Neal - President
Major: Computer Forensics
Information:I started in Fall 2012 just to take a few classes in a different STEM program but my interests led me to the Forensics Option of Cybersecurity and I couldn’t be more excited. I currently have an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and this will be my second degree. I am a wife and mother of two teenagers that will soon be making college choices of their own. I want to be an example to them that learning is a continuous process. Not only have I returned to school, I have also been invited into the Phi Theta Kappa club this semester.
Quote: “Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.” - Malcolm X
 Debra Neal
Mohamed Ghonimy - Vice President Mohmed Ghonimy
Michelle Carr - Recording Secretary Michelle Carr
Orlando Smith - Membership Secretary/Public Relations  Orlando Smith
Mike Shank - Treasurer Mike Shank
Shawn Rhodes - CPR Clinic
Major: IST
Information: I’m a Scorpio. I like long walks on the beach, reading a good book in front of the fireplace, and sharing a good wine (big bottle) with friends.
Words of Wisdom: Don’t run with scissors in your hand.
Shawn Rhodes

Karen Weil-Yates - Faculty Advisor
Information: Assistant Professor, Information Systems Technology
Department: Technology and Computer Studies

Karen Weil-Yates
Steve Shank - Faculty Sponsor
Title: Professor, Information Systems Technology
Department: Technology and Computer Studies
Steve Shank
Trudy Gift - Faculty Sponsor
Title: Professor, Information Systems Technology
Department: Technology and Computer Studies
Words of Wisdom: The best suggestion for success that I have—always ask questions. This shows you are truly interested in getting it right the first time.
Trudy Gift
Anthony Hanners - Faculty Sponsor
Title:Cybersecurity Recruitment/Lab Technician
Department: Technology and Computer Studies
Anthony Hanners
David Mathers - Faculty Sponsor
Title:Cybersecurity Recruitment/Lab Technician
Department: Technology and Computer Studies
David Mathers