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Tuesday, April 16 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Cyber Security - Future Work Skills Ecosystem

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The discussion will center on the future of work with focus on skills and knowledge to develop a digital workplace strategy that will enhance workforce readiness and equip workers with skills, learning and tools needed for productively thriving in digital future.


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Curtis Smith

Information Technology and Cybersecurity
Curtis L. Smith, 48, was born in Harvey, Illinois. He is a graduate of University of Phoenix (BA, 2005), University of Maryland University College (MS, 2013), and will complete his doctoral degree in fall 2019 at Capitol Technical University. Curtis, has nearly 30 years of practical... Read More →


Tuesday April 16, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Technology - Room 203/204
  • about Curtis L. Smith, 48, was born in Harvey, Illinois. He is a graduate of University of Phoenix (BA, 2005), University of Maryland University College (MS, 2013), and will complete his doctoral degree in fall 2019 at Capitol Technical University.&nbsp;<br>Curtis, has nearly 30 years of practical experience in information technology and cybersecurity protecting our Nations critical infrastructures. Curtis began his public service career as an airman in the United States Air Force where he served 10 years active and two years reserve duty to his nation. He has worked for several large commercial telecommunications and information technology providers during which he provided oversight for personnel and fiscal budgets. Curtis served as a senior security architect for the Office of the president, National Security Council during the George Walker Bush administration. As a father, he knows the value of hard work through efficiency and prides himself as a 21st century Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) educator. As an avid communicator, Curtis enjoys meeting people and learning new perspectives to encourage quality interactions. As a father, youth mentor, and professional, Curtis lives out the values he learned growing up. He recognizes the difference that a values-driven purpose can have in one’s life and is guided by the following – faith, family, community, and cooperation. A firm believer in education and the opportunity that it can provide, he embraces the principle that change favors the prepared mind.

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