BEYA winner has achieved the highest position in the cadet chain of command.
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Candi Castleberry Singleton is a 2004 winner of the Women of Color Community Service Award.
Austin Haygood is a computer modeling systems engineer. He is one of just a few experts in hyper-sonic systems modeling among 5,500 engineers at Raytheon Missile Systems.
Dr. Kevin Kornegay, Internet of Things (IoT) Security professor at Morgan State University wants to see you in the cybersecurity sector. Demand is high, and it’s a very lucrative profession, he says.
Morehouse grad Frederick Gregory is the first African American to receive a Ph.D. in Neurobiology at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2006.
Veronica Nelson’s career is steeped in management and university/diversity recruitment. She has held leadership roles in both corporate and non-profit areas.
Shelton Guinn has been appointed Vice President of Human Resources for MarketSource.
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