University of Michigan - Ross Business School
Master in Business Administration
- Concentration: Information Systems
Peer-Reviewed Conference Abstracts and Posters
Non-Refereed Publications and Tech Reports
The Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows Program is a cohort-based professional development program that helps computing faculty, staff postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and professionals. As a fellow, I will learn about:
The OHUB is the leading technology, startup entrepreneurship & and venture ecosystem building platform created to ensure that everyone, everywhere has an equitable opportunity in the future of work, the fourth industrial revolution, and beyond as a path to multi-generational wealth creation with no reliance on pre-existing multi-generational wealth. They utilize multiple programs and initiatives like OHUB.SXSW to meet their ultimate goal. The goal involves delivering early exposure, skills development, job placement, entrepreneurship support programming, net new job creation, and alternative capital formation via geographically placed technology hubs, citywide communities, campus chapters, managed programs, and live events and experiences that include thousands of college students, young professionals, founders, investors and ecosystem builders throughout America and beyond.
The LAIER strives to contribute to Authorship Attribution, Human-Computer-Interaction, Privacy, Security, and Social Computing ongoing research.
As a member, I
As an Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity at Dakota State University, my teaching specialization revolves around Digital, Windows, and Mobile Forensics as well as Incident Response. My research areas include:
- Dark Web and OSINT Investigations
- General Cyber Awareness
- Black Girls in STEM specifically in the Cybersecurity space.
- Cyber Threat Intelligence
Dakota State University organized a Cyber Academy for Air Force Junior ROTC (JROTC) students during the summer. As a student lead and mentor, I assisted in teaching and mentoring the Air Force JROTC (students) to give them an opportunity to jump-start a career in cyber security.
As a CybHER Leader,
Google Women TechMakers aims to build a world where all women can thrive in tech, as part of this initiative, I was awarded a 10K scholarship and continues resources as a woman in tech. The Techmakers program provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology.
The negative societal impacts of counterfeiting are widespread, touching nearly every economic sector, including health care, and threatening our national security. The explosion of the illicit economy can be traced to the growth in online commerce and an “abuse ecosystem” of rogue internet actors, direct-to-consumer courier delivery services, and the lack of product protective measures to counteract counterfeiting. This National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) collaborative award to four South Dakota universities (South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University and Dakota State University) provides graduate students with the scientific knowledge and professional skills and training needed to become next-generation leaders in the fight against counterfeiting. Participants will receive professional and leadership training within the framework of a unique cyber-physical-social model. This model takes a comprehensive approach that factors in not only the technical aspects of the cyber strategies and physical methods used to combat counterfeiting, but also whether these strategies and methods are compatible with human behavior. This model allows trainees to solve complex problems, where the solutions must tightly integrate cyber, physical, and social interactions in real-time.
The blackcomputeHER Fellows Program is a cohort-based, leadership development program designed to cultivate black women leaders in computing+tech. The program offered 12 months of intensive development for selected fellows.
Participated in an Introduction to Digital Forensics developmental course - a program with the Florida International University. The course was led by Matt Ruddell - a Trainer III/Lecturer at the National Forensic Science Technology Center.
The GenCyber Teachers Camp at DSU will be hosting 50 middle and high school STEM teachers June 6th - 10th for a week-long camp to introduce and integrate cybersecurity topics into your classroom.
Serving on a 7 member search committee to recruit new Associate Deans faculty for the department.
Serving on a 5 member search committee to recruit new faculty for the department.
The Tapia conference is the premier venue to acknowledge, promote and celebrate diversity in computing. The goal of the Tapia Conferences is to bring together undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, researchers, and professionals in computing from all backgrounds and ethnicities to Celebrate the diversity that exists in computing; Connect with others with common backgrounds, ethnicities, disabilities, and gender so as to create communities that extend beyond the conference; Obtain advice from and make contacts with computing leaders in academia and industry and Be inspired by great presentations and conversations with leaders with common backgrounds.
Served as paper reviewer for the Respect conference 2022.
Served as a reviewer for the WCM-21-00502-IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine
Served as both position paper and poster reviewer for the Respect conference 2021.