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Ever struggled in school and needed a bit of guidance to accomplish your goals? Know there is more you can do but just need a little extra push? Rest assured, you have come to the right place!
I am the person for you who will help you to see your goals and generate actionable steps to make positive progress!
A little about me :). I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science where I was a Meyerhoff Scholar. Based on these experiences, I understand the frustrations that come with balancing undergraduate course work, extracurricular activities and social life. That same year, I was admitted into the Computer Science PhD program at Purdue University. I received my Master’s Degree, also in Computer Science, in 2014. I have completed a number of successful internships, including stints at Army Research Laboratory, John’s Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, McAfee, Inc. and also served as a cyber security intern at Sypris Electronics, Inc. These experiences introduced me to industry and graduate level work and helped me to understand how increases in work load and expectations impact day to day life as well as how to successfully navigate all of these spaces. My research interests include network security, anti-phishing and deception. In 2017, I completed my PhD in computer science, where he was advised by one of the most respected researchers and practitioners in cyber security, Prof. Eugene Spafford. This experience helped me to learn how to be proactive, generate achievable goals and become a professional with the desire to give back to others what was provided to me. Currently, I work at Northrop Grumman Corporation as a Cyber Systems Engineer and am a recent graduate of the Future Technical Leaders program.
We will send you a quick email if Jeffrey has new open spots for mentorship, and only in that case!