(In No Specific Order)
High School: Towson High School
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Born and raised in Baltimore MD, Myshawne Stallings is a Senior at Morgan State University. Majoring in Information Systems and Sciences, he is a member of a student organization called Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP). Myshawne also works in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) department under Ms. Patricia Burke-Black. He is currently working towards obtaining a CompTIA A+ certification and then plans to go after his Network+ certification. After he graduates in December 2016, Myshawne plans to move to California to continue his career path. His hobbies include; teaching hip-hop dance classes with an non-profit organization called Dance Happens Inc, playing cards, playing video games as well as PC games. He also enjoys nature, computers, and reading.
Born and raised in Washington, DC Ayana Bell is a Senior at Morgan State University majoring in Information Science and Systems. She is President of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP). She also serves as a graphic designer under the Senior Class Executive Board for the Student Government Association. Additionally, Ayana serves as a student service ambassador for the in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) under Ms. Keisha Blackwell. After December 2016 graduation, Ayana plans to continue to pursue her dream career in Cyber Security at the IRS. Her extracurricular activities include: volunteering in the Innovation Lab at The American History museum in Washington, DC and serving as the Morgan State Ambassador for the HBCU Hackathon.
High School: Franklin High School
Hometown: Ibadan, Nigeria
Hobbies: Playing video games, watching movie, and fixing computers. Born and raised in Ibadan, Nigeria, Temiotope moved to Baltimore in 2011. He is a Senior in the Earl Graves Honor program at Morgan State University. Majoring in Information Systems and Sciences, Temiotope, works part time at Office Depot. After graduation in December 2016, he plans to work as a cyber security expert.
High School: Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Matthew is a Junior Information Science and Systems major at Morgan State University. He currently serves as the Polaris (President) of The Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. at Morgan State University. He has interned in the Global Information and Business Solutions Department at Legg Mason Global Asset Management and also has interned in the Finance division in the Financial Systems and Analysis group at Goldman Sachs in New York. In the future, Matthew plans to obtain his MBA and join a well-respected firm. He currently is volunteer at The Baltimore Youth Alliance, Inc. Matthew enjoys serving the community, and has lead and developed several partnerships in the Baltimore community with local businesses and community organizations. He is currently working at Goldman Sachs
Hometown: Bowie, Maryland
Throughout her academic career as an Information Science and Systems major, Brionna commuted an hour plus each day while maintaining a job in order to fund her education. Although it was difficult she still managed her studies and joined several school organizations. Last year, she served as the 2014-2015 Co-President of a non-profit organization, GlobeMed, where she spearheaded a fundraising project and raised $3500 that benefited school children in Cameroon. Upon graduation, Brionna will be employed as a Requirements Systems Analyst within the government sector for Booz Allen Hamilton. In the future, Brionna plans to obtain her MBA and open a non-profit for children in underprivileged communities. Her favorite quote is, "Failure will never overtake me, if my determination to succeed is strong enough" -OG Mandino
Chanel Campbell is a Senior Information Science and Systems major. Currently, she is one of the Co-Presidents of Globe Med. Globe Med is a nonprofit organization that helps promote global health equity by empowering students and communities to work together to improve the health of people living in poverty around the world. In addition, she currently runs and owns CollegeGirlvsCorporateWorld.com, a website offering advice to current students transitioning into the corporate world. She has interned with JP Morgan Chase for the last two summers as a Business Analyst/Business Systems Analyst. This summer (2016) she plans on interning with Accenture Federal Services as an business analyst consultant. In the future she would like to lead projects full time as a Business Analyst, and or Project Manager as well as eventually join a top consulting firm.
Ugonna Anyadike; Hometown: Fallston, MD
Ugonna Anyadike is a senior Information Science & Systems major at Morgan State University. He attended Fallston High School in Fallston, MD and graduated in 2011. He is currently the Vice President of Morgan State's AITP chapter and some of his hobbies include: making and performing his own music, audio engineering, and collecting sneakers. He is currently employed in Morgan State University's OIT as an OrangeTech and he looks to further his skills after graduating from the University.
High School: Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School
Raised in Prince George's County, Maryland, Makarai is a senior Information Science and Systems major at Morgan State University. Currently, he is employed under the School of Business and Management's Information and Technology branch as a Student Lab Assistant. He performs routine computer related tasks in the lab, as well as assists students with hardware and software questions and troubleshooting. He works with several other assistants to keep the computer lab operational and secure under the supervision of IT Support for training.
Jonas Chew; Hometown: Baltimore, MD
While at Morgan State, Jonas majored in Information Science and Systems. He is an active member of the of the Morgan State University chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (A.I.T.P.) and in September of 2014, Jonas was elected as president of the organization and has led several initiatives such as peer tutoring, helping students attain certifications, and conducting several IT workshops on campus. After graduation Jonas will be working for IBM as an Application Development and Innovation Consultant where he will serve as an adviser to federal and state agencies on the development, integration and implementation of new systems and technologies.