ICMCP Announces 2019 SCHOLARS; ICMCP to Award Eight (8) Scholarships at National Conference

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ICMCP 4th Annual National Conference, “Diversity du Jour – From Symbolic Gestures to Substantive Outcomes”, September 17-18, 2019 in Atlanta, GA

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ICMCP is very excited to award these scholarships to such outstanding individuals!

The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals’ (ICMCP) Fourth National Conference today announced the SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS for 2019 – the recipients will be recognized at the upcoming National Conference in Atlanta – September 17-18.

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  • Andrea Doucette - Capitol Technology University; Succasunna, NJ
  • Marylyn Harris – Houston Community College; Houston, TX
  • Frederico Colon – The George Washington University; Washington, DC

Marci McCarthy Scholarship

  • Savannah Beach- Capitol Technology University; Hendersonville, TN
  • Maximillian Zappendorf – The Citadel; Dawsonville, GA

Aric K. Perminter Scholarship

  • Chelsea Fonou – Western Governors University; District Heights, MD

Lynx Technology Partners Scholarship

  • John Armstrong – Texas A&M University-San Antonio (Texas A&M-SA); San Antonio, TX
  • Anzhela Tsomyk – New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering; New Jersey City, NJ

“ICMCP is very excited to award these scholarships to such outstanding individuals; these winners are moving into the important and challenging field of cybersecurity, and we couldn’t be prouder of their accomplishments,” stated ICMCP president, Aric K. Perminter.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ICMCP SCHOLARSHIPS HERE. Be a part of the excitement - ICMCP has an impressive program planned for this year’s event. The full conference agenda is available HERE!

The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) was created as a 501(c)(3) non-profit association dedicated to the academic and professional success of minority cybersecurity students and professionals. Our mission is to achieve the consistent representation of women and minorities in the cybersecurity industry through programs designed to foster recruitment, inclusion, and retention – one person at a time. The ICMCP tackles the "great cyber divide" with scholarship opportunities, diverse workforce development, innovative outreach, and mentoring programs.

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