This month, VP of Engineering Jennifer Minella is featured in NCTA’s Executive Spotlight to promote Carolina Advanced Digital’s Cyber Security Student Track for high school students.
Jennifer is an active and long standing NCTA member and was recognized as the ‘2014 Tech Woman of the Year’. Jennifer is passionate about technology and promoting cyber security and STEM to students. CAD’s upcoming IT Hot Topic Conference will feature a student track that will engage those that are participating in the CyberPatriots Challenge. Learn more about Jennifer, Carolina Advanced Digital and how you can support the CyberPatriots Challenge below.
Read the profile to see how you can help support STEM and Cyber Security programs in schools, and see how Jennifer answers these questions:
- What is one of the most important lessons you’ve learned throughout your career, thus far, that others could benefit from?
- Which of your personal attributes have been most beneficial to you in your career?
- What advice would you give to students interested in pursuing careers in STEM?
- What do most people not know about you that would surprise them?
Interested in participating?
- Help sponsor the Cyber Security Student Track at the 2016 IT Hot Topics Conference this May.
- Read more about the 2nd Annual Cyber Security Track at IT Hot Topics Conference.