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Since 2009, the USGIF Young Professionals Group (YPG) has played a major role in advancing the geospatial intelligence tradecraft by utilizing the unique talents of the next generation of GEOINT leaders.
At GEOINT 2012, the YPG has a number of unique events and activities that are very exciting and provide further opportunities for young GEOINT professionals to be further engaged with the community.
Today, we are speaking with Carrier Drake with USGIF, Mike Campanelli, with RadiantBlue Technologies – he is also a new USGIF board member and co-chair of the YPG – as well as Kim Hansen of MDA, who will participating in YPG activities for the first time at the symposium.
Each year, USGIF brings on a new board member who represents the foundation’s Young Professionals Group (YPG) and serves as the YPG working group’s chair during his or her one-year term. This Young Professionals board member has full voting power within the board and exemplifies all the qualities of a future leader and represents GEOINT Young Professionals as a whole. Last year, Mr. Alex Martinez, Staff Engineer at Lockheed Martin, served in this role. And, now he is passing the baton the newest YPG board member Eric Zitz, who is an Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Today, we are fortunate enough to be spending time with both Alex and Eric.
I'm opening my phone lines and inviting all whom are inquiring about the process for Americans to join the fight against ISIS to #SaveKobani with the YPG.
This is part one of the Q & A! All questions are welcome.
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Where I'm From and Where I Am
Wizards (31-16) and Rockets (32-14); both in 3rd in the conference
'Skins (4-12) and Texans (7-9); questions at QB, difference is defense
Nationals and Astros; top rated in NL, bottom rated AL
Super Bowl is here!
Patriots: very good defense (Darrelle Revis and Jamie Collins); very good offense (Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski); running game (3.9 yac; Blount-4.7); don't forget about Tim Wright
Seahawks: great defense (Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner); good offense (Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch); running game (175.3 ypg, 5.4 yac); big-play receivers are Lynch and Luke Willson
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On today's show I'm kicking it with 3 men who intend to leave the US to fight ISIS alongside the Kurdish YPG . They're going to talk to me about what's going on with the Kurds who find themselves under attack, yet again, and this time their attackers are in the form of ISIS. Warning: I don't do them often, I know, this is a serious show so no blocked numbers will be picked up. If you have questions or would like to show your support, you are more than welcome to call in and do so. 347-327-9710
THIS IS THE LINK TO THE PAGE WHERE YOUR QUESTIONS WILL BE ADDRESSED.
PLEASE, IF YOU ARE TRAVELING TO KURDISTAN DO NOT GO THROUGH TURKEY.
This podcast discusses the upcoming Geography 2050 event with Jon Konarski III, executive director of the American Geographical Society, and Christopher Tucker, Geography 2050 program chair and founder of MapStory.
“Geography 2050: Mounting an Expedition to the Future” is the inaugural event in a multi-year strategic dialogue meant to help decision makers and the public alike understand the major trends that will reshape the nation and planet between now and 2050.
Geography 2050 is the fall conference of the American Geographical Society. It is hosted by the Earth Institute at Columbia University, with the support of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and other partners and sponsors. This one-day event will take place Nov. 19, at the historic Low Memorial Library In New York City.
Just in time for GEOINT Community Week, USGIF will be launching its new official publication called Trajectory Magazine. This exciting new publication will provide high-level thought leadership for USGIF members, as well as for the overall intelligence, defense, aerospace, and homeland security communities.
Today we are speaking with Keith Masback, USGIF President, and Kristin Quinn, USGIF’s new Publications and Communications Manager, about Trajectory.
Intergraph just announced that it has donated free educational software licenses of both ERDAS IMAGINE and GeoMedia to all 25 recipients of the 2012 United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) scholarship awards.
Today we are speaking with David Beddoe, Channels/Partner Programs, Intergraph Government Solutions, Stewart Bruce, GIS Program Coordinator at Washington College, and Stephen McFall with Smethport Area Junior Senior High School (who is a scholarship recipient).
This podcast features Shel Israel, CEO of SI Associates, as well as a consultant and speaker on issues relating to social media and business communications.
Israel will give a joint keynote presentation Oct. 14 at GEOINT 2013 in Tampa, Fla., with Robert Scoble, startup liaison for open cloud computing company Rackspace.
Israel and Scoble will soon introduce their new book, Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors Data & the Future of Privacy. Their latest book explores the converging technological advancements that predict what people want before they ask for it.
In this podcast, he will discuss the new book and provide us a glimpse into what he and Scoble will share
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