CVP has partnered with The George Washington University (GW) to create an ongoing speaker series focused on change, innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship called the CVP Speaker Series @ GW.

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10.7.20 “Women in Engineering: Charting the Path to Leadership

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11.20.19 “Cybersecurity and Data Science: Partnering for the Future”

  • How we can protect environments from threats targeting data and valuable assets
  • What kinds of organizational cultural changes are required to integrate cybersecurity and data science
  • How data science and cybersecurity can be combined into a single team
  • How data scientists can deliver value from new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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Pictured from left to right: Dr. Adam Aviv, GW; Panelist Joseph Roach, HRSA; Panelist Venice Goodwine, USDA; Panelist Dr. Costis Toregas, GW; CVP CEO Anirudh Kulkarni; Moderators Andrew Onello, CVP Cybersecurity Director, and Cal Zemelman, CVP Data Science & Engineering Director.

A view from the audience of the panelists and moderators discussing Cybersecurity & Data Science: Partnering for the Future. Pictured from right to left: Moderator Cal Zemelman, CVP Data Science & Engineering Director; Panelist Dr. Costis Toregas, GW; Panelist Venice Goodwine, USDA; Panelist Joseph Roach, HRSA; Moderator Andrew Onello, CVP Cybersecurity Director.

Networking and light refreshments after the conclusion of the panel on Cybersecurity & Data Science: Partnering for the Future.

Dr. Adam Aviv (far right) kicking off panel.

Post-panel discussion between panelist Dr. Costis Toregas, Director of the Cyber Security and Privacy Research Institute at GW and CVP CEO Anirudh Kulkarni.

Networking and light refreshments by the Green Wall in Science and Engineering Hall at the George Washington University after the conclusion of the panel on Cybersecurity & Data Science: Partnering for the Future.

11.7.18 “Innovation INC.”

The panel discussed the business of innovation and how it impacts technology, culture, clients, operations, and the bottom line. Regardless of vertical, sector, or business model, innovation drives growth, is at the core of change, and is critical to success.

Featured panelists: Nagesh Rao, Director of Business Technology Solutions for the Small Business Administration; Andrea Norris, Director, Center for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at the National Institutes of Health; Phaedra Chrousos, Chief Innovation Officer of the Libra Group; and Annamaria Konya Tannon, Entrepreneur,  Chief Evangelist, and Executive Director of the GW Innovation Center, GW. Moderated byAnirudh Kulkarni, CVP, CEO.

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9.25.18 “Navigating your Career”

The event allowed students to learn about diverse points of view and career insights.

Featured panelists: Maria Roat, CIO of the Small Business Administration; Meagan Metzger, founder and CEO of DCode; and Shamaa Ahmad, Director of Solution Innovation at CVP. Moderated by Raelene Wagoner, VP Human Resources, CVP.

4.25.18 “Now More Than Ever: Positive #ChangeAgents Across Sectors”

The keynote discussion, led by keynote speaker Dr. David Bray, Executive Director of People-Centered Internet Coalition and Chief Strategy Officer of MapLarge, as part of the inaugural GW Speaker series, focused on why and how we all can be change agents in a rapidly changing world and highlighted meaningful multi-sector strategies for delivering results differently and better. Click the links below to learn more and to read Dr. Bray’s exclusive three-part interview:

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