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"The Bridge to Close Gaps in Culture Bias and Systemic Racism"
with special guest speaker, Tahjar Roamartinez.
A perfect storm is upon us. COVID-19 has flipped everything upside down. Racial tension skyrockets, police and political attacks are on the rise, and corporations are pivoting to address structural bias. More than ever, we need to dismantle structural inequality in all facets of society. In this interactive session, Tahjar Roamartinez, CEO, Cyber Warfighters Group, Inc., explores why diversity and inclusion in the workplace is critical to dismantle the conscious and unconscious biases that support structural racism and inequality. Come with your questions and learn three ways to be a difference-maker.
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 21, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Price: Attendance is free, but we encourage a $10 donation. If you cannot donate at this time, we completely understand, and welcome your attendance regardless!
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Location: Online via Zoom
Thank you to our generous sponsor & host, ShipStation
Tahjar Roamartinez served the U.S. Army with distinction. She retired as an Army Signal (Communication) Officer. With her passion, experience, and training, Tahjar achieves proven results in innovative and robust cybersecurity solutions. As an Army Officer, Tahjar designed and implemented enterprise email services, reporting tools, policies, processes for the Department of the Army that military personnel continue to benefit from today. Tahjar is the president, founder, and Chief Executive Officer for CEHT, LLC and Cyber Warfighters Group, Inc both companies are cybersecurity consulting firms.
She currently serves on National Security Innovation Council Board Member at State of Texas and the National University System Technical Adv Board Member.
As a cybersecurity consultant, her innovative solutions consistently streamline processes, increase operational effectiveness in commercial, Department of Army, Department of Defense, and the State of Texas. Her passion for the cybersecurity industry drove her to start the Cyber Warfighters Group, and CEHT, Inc (a joint venture) cybersecurity consulting firm. The Group’s goal is to provide Subject Matter Expert rapid deployment teams to quickly address cybersecurity incidents and support the Information Security commercial industry, federal, and state cybersecurity requirements.
Tahjar’s commitment to service extends beyond her military service. She has actively launched or supported several nonprofit organizations and community-based initiatives in Texas and internationally. She is an avid advocate for veterans and women business owners.
Tahjar earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Texas A & M University Central Texas.