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The chapter's Young AFCEAN Advisory Council (YAAC) hosted its final installment of the 2014 Business Over Breakfast series in December, bringing in guest speaker Col. Michael Jiru, USAF, senior materiel leader and chief of the Enterprise Logistics Systems Division, Business and Enterprise Systems Directorate, Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex. Col. Jiru shared his thoughts on leadership with ... (Continued on the AFCEA International Chapter News page)
In December, the chapter's Education Foundation donated $18,408 in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-related funding to the Macon County School System. Charisse Stokes, director of the chapter's Education Foundation, presented a $5,000 robotics donation and a $13,408 Chapter Initiative Grant to Macon County Schools during a presentation at Tuskegee Institute Middle School (TIMS). Students from ... (Continued on the AFCEA International Chapter News page)
In October, the chapter's Education Foundation awarded a robotics donation of $5,000 to the Wetumpka High School Robotics Team. The team accepted the donation presented by Charisse Stokes, director, Education Foundation. Led by Dr. Virginia Vilardi, the team ... (Continued on the AFCEA International Chapter News page)
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