11th Year CIO Government Technology Conference  2021-Agenda

7:30 AM- 8:15 AM Registration 

8:15 AM - 9:00 AM - Breakfast, Networking & Exhibits 

9:05 AM- 9:25 AM Conference Welcome from Conference Host Raymond Mungro CEO Mungro Career Development & Friends 


9:30AM-10:15AM Keynote Speaker- Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus- TBA ........

10:30 a.m.- 11:15 a.m.- Session 

Topic:  National/Global Cyber Attacks ............................................. 

Moderator- of This outstanding group- Former State Rep. W. Curtist Thomas 

Panel :Group of Cybersecurity & Ransomware Legal experts 

.Calvin Nobles, Ph.D. Department Chair and Associate Professor, Information Technology and Management at Illinois Tech College of Computing Chicago, Illinois, 

Austin Morris Jr. Insurance and Risk Management - Ransomware about our Energy

Energy- Damon P Anderson-chief information officer

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Management information systems

Talking to Keynote Speaker (U.S. Senator )


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 11:15a.m.- 12:00p.m. 

Moderator- Patrice Samara COO &Triumph Communication Group, Inc.

 Wordeee, an innovative media and publishing company

Host-Patrice-will interview Kevin Jacket about his Technology Book. Kevin L. Jackson, CISSP®,CCSP®

connection 2nd USA Today and WSJ Best-Selling Author / Season 2: 4 Days to Change the World at The Social Movement (TV Series)/CEO, GC GlobalNet/COO, Source Connecte/SVP, TNS/Adjunct Professor, Adj. prof

12:00 P.M.-12:30 P/M. Buffet Lunch 


1:15 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.- Peer-Peer Networking & Exhibits -2

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2:15 p.m.- 3:00 p.m. Session on STEAM Education Presentation By Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell Ass. Prof. of Business and Academic Site Director- Florida Institute of Technology www.fit.edu 

Topic: STEAM - Why do Research/Development or Academics(Programs in Science & Technology) 

3:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.- 

TOPIC: Stem Education/ Workforce Development 


Why is STEM Education so important? STEM Education is the key to America’s economic future

and survival! Technology surrounds everything we do, yet many jobs today are left unfilled in fields such

as science technology, engineering and mathematics because of the lack of skilled talent.

We need to build more dynamic pipelines that include people of all cultures and ethnicities.

More and more schools are teaching STEM-related courses and students are being moved toward courses such as math and science, but it is still not enough, there’s a gap, some groups aren’t there.

REALITY CHECK- we’re balling need all hands on deck to steer many of our youth into

STEM related disciplines. This session will motivate/challenge our K-12 students to get into STEM Careers of Tomorrow. This interactive panel discussion will highlight the important of  STEM programs.

Moderator- Dr. Jones is featured in the Ebony,Teachers of Color and Essence Magazine and has been a nationally recognized guest on numerous television and radio stations including: CN8, WPVI Channel 6, Pennsylvania Cable Network, WHAT, WDAS and WURD Philadelphia, PA,: Radio One, Dayton, Ohio,: KNUS, Denver, Colorado; Fox 17, Philadelphia, PaIn charge Radio, Orlando, Florida, KXIC, University of Iowa, KJLA, Los Angelas, California; WMM, Miami, Florida. LIB Radio Inglwood, California provide strategic planning for the Villanova University's college of engineering. Specific areas of academic support include globalization of the student learning experience, academic support for students and K12 programming. I am responsible for creating engineering awareness in the K12 education community and retaining undergraduate engineering students.

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Reginald Moton-Advance Academic Planning Coordinator, The School District of Philadelphia

Larry Waples - Stem/Steam Coordinator,-Delaware Technical Community College 

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