Registration is now open for the 11th annual Interagency Mentoring and Collaboration Workshop hosted by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's Professional Network March 28. The event will be held at locations across the country and open to civilian, military and contractors within the federal government, Department of Defense and intelligence community.
This year's Theme is "E = MC2 : Engagement = Mentoring x Communication x Collaboration."
NPN will be facilitating discussions on how mentoring, communication and collaboration all play a role in the overall sense of engagement.
Event participants include:
- Stephanie O'Sullivan, principal deputy director of national intelligence
- Robert Cardillo, director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command, director, National Security Agency, chief, Central Security Service
- Brig. Gen. Donald P. Laucirica, commander, Land Component, Colorado Army National Guard (participating from Denver, Colorado)
- Col. Shawna O'Brien (Ret.), USAF, former director, Manpower & Personnel, U.S. Transportation Command (participating from St. Louis, Missouri)
- Angela Bailey, chief operating officer, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
- Col. Keith E. Andrews, director of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois (participating from St. Louis, Missouri)
- Suzanne White, chief of staff, Defense Intelligence Agency
- Cynthia Wright, director, NGA-Denver at the Aerospace Data Facility – Colorado (participating from Denver, Colorado)
The event will be unclassified and open to all federal government employees to include civilian, military and contractor personnel.
Please note that since this event takes place on a Saturday it is voluntary and on the participant's own time.
Registration is required and can be found at: https://datahost.nga.mil/source/events/IMCW2015/
Registration closes Friday, March 20, so mark your calendars now to come out to network and meet other like-minded colleagues.