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Agenda

Meet the Speakers

Nazzic Keene

CEO

SAIC

Christina Smith

Director of Consulting and Salesforce Architect

CGI

Belinda McDowell

Vice President, Head of Operations

Capital One Software

Shalini Goyal

Senior Manager Team Lead - Cyber Technical

Capital One

Lyn McDermid

Secretary of Administration

Virginia

Nick Anderson

AVP, Data Science

Carmax

Ashley Ford

Director, Data Science

Carmax

Amy Braden

Director Security Governance

VITA

Diane Carnohan

CISO

Virginia Department of Education

Stephanie Williams-Hayes

CISO

VDH

Ayisha Minter

Flight Instructor

Wing

Terry Ellis

Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs

Comcast

Amelia De Jesus

Vice President of Workforce Solutions

Wireless Infrastructure Association

Tamarah Holmes

Director, Office of Broadband

Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development

Neera Jain

Technical & Team Lead, Enterprise Directory Services

AIS Network

Keira D'Amato

Athlete & Owner

PR Run & Walk by Keira D’Amato

Laurie Head

Owner & CMCO

AIS Network

Jessica Beavers

Information Security & Risk Management Officer (ISRMO)

Library of Virginia

Heather Walker

Managing Director

Deloitte

Dr. Joi Williams

Professor of Information Logisitics Technology,

Virginia State University

Lessie Oliver-Clark

Professor of Information Logisitics Technology

Virginia State University

Dr. Carol Parish

Professor of Chemistry

University of Richmond

Khawlah Harasheh

Professor of Information Systems Technology

Reynolds Community College

Allison Boulais

VP Cyber Security

Capital One

Rebecca Haydock

Director

Central Virginia Small Business Development Center

Dan Myers

Co-Founder & Managing Director

42Phi Ventures

Tracey Greene

Executive Director

Charlottesville Business Innovation Council

Meg Pryde

CEO

Brandefy

This Event Is Currently Accepting Sponsors

Conference Schedule

8:30 AM | Registration + Morning Cocktail Hour

Welcome to 2021 rvatech/Drive! Grab a mimosa and/or a bloody morning at our morning brunch
bar + reconnect with Richmond’s technology community!

Take time to engage with the #rvatech community + our conference sponsors by visiting the
exhibition booths with a cocktail in hand – Cheers!

9:05 AM | Keynote - "What Rocket Science & Banking Have in Common"

Melanie Frank | Managing Vice President – Cyber Engineering at Capital One


What Rocket Science & Banking Have in Common

When you think of Rocket Science and Banking you probably don’t think of them as interchangeable careers, but they actually have a lot more in common than you might imagine. Join Melanie Frank as she talks about how her dream to become an astronaut led her down the unanticipated path to software engineer.

 

9:35 - 10:10 AM | How Data Analytics Was Used to Address the ‘Twindemic’: COVID-19 and the Opioid Epidemic

Track Category | DRIVE to SECURE


Speaker:

Lyd Paull-Flores Sr. Director at Qlarion

 

The impact of COVID-19 on the opioid epidemic has been well established. Called the “twindemic” among public health service professionals, people with addiction and mental health needs were deeply impacted by enforced social isolation. While this has led to increased challenges for health and safety professionals, the silver lining is that it has accelerated the adoption of technology, data exchanges, predictive analytics, and programs that center around social determinants/informants of health to formulate a response that supports individuals battling both addiction and the pandemic. For instance, the Affordable Care Act and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act resulted in the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) and the collection of data that shines a light on prescribers whose practices contributed to addiction.

In this session, Lyd Paull-Flores, Senior Director of Healthcare at Qlarion, will highlight:

• How states, localities and healthcare organizations have leveraged data analytics to combat the “twindemic”: COVID-19 and the opioid epidemic

• Combining data exchanges with social determinants/informants of health

• How predictive analytics can change provider behavior Additionally, she will cover key trends that have proven effective for health and safety professionals looking to improve the quality of life for patients needing addiction support in the age of COVID-19.

These include:

• Housing as a vector of healthcare

• Healthcare infrastructure modernization

• Non-punitive collaborative social support programs

10:10 - 10:45 AM | Building for Reliability Panel

Track Category | DRIVE to BUILD


Speakers:

Nicole Carry | Principal Infrastructure/Operations Engineer – ADP

Briana Augenreich | Sr Software Engineer – HubSpot

 

Join the conversation as Nicole Carry and Bri Augenreich talk us through building reliable products, both from the hardware and software engineering perspectives. They’ll discuss change management, resilient architecture, and some of the key lessons learned over their careers so far. Moderated by Dana Haddon.

11 - 11:35 AM | Cyber Roles w/ Kristi Horton

Track Category | DRIVE to SECURE


Speaker:

Kristi Horton | Founder | Horton Innovations

 

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players;” – William Shakespeare, “As You Like It”
Shakespeare wrote of a different set of roles, but the diverse needs in cyber security and related disciplines might surprise you!

Learn about the different functions in cyber security and related fields and the skills valued in each.
Everyone has something to contribute. Discover how to identify the positions that suit your abilities and interests, how to spot candidates with unconventional talents, and how to connect the two.

11:40 AM | Break for Sponsor Booths/Networking Table Cards

Break time – 11:40 AM – 12:25 PM

Lunch will be served at 11:45 PM in the sponsor exhibition room.

12:25 - 1 PM | The Cloud: It’s Not just Someone Else’s Computer Anymore

Track Category | DRIVE to BUILD


Speaker: Allison Boulais | VP – Architecture Strategy & Governance at Capital One

1-1:35 PM | Drive to Innovate Panel

Track Category | DRIVE to INNOVATE


Speakers:

Rashonda Adkins | Director, Project Delivery & Quality Assurance at Ferguson

 

Jamie Sanderson Reid | Director, Cyber Governance, Risk and Compliance at The AES Corporation

1:40 - 2:55 PM | Cyber Carnival

To celebrate Cyber Security Awareness Month (CSAM) and the critical role of Cyber Gaming in building a strong workforce, Katzcy Cyber Games has assembled a virtual festival filled with games of skill and chance, scheduled thrilling performances, and lined up activities and drawings that bring home the sights, smells, and tastes of the carnival!

After our final session, enjoy some time in the exhibition hall to play games, win prizes and strengthen your cyber skills!

3 PM | Closing Remarks

Breakout Sessions

DRIVE to SECURE Tracks

Track #2

DRIVE to BUILD

Track #3

DRIVE to INNOVATE

Featured Speakers

Melanie Frank

Managing Vice President – Cyber Engineering

Capital One

Lyd Paull-Flores

Senior Director of Healthcare

Qlarion

Rashonda Adkins

Director, Project Delivery & Quality Assurance

Ferguson

Nicole Carry

Principal Infrastructure Engineer

ADP

Briana Augenreich

Senior Software Engineer

HubSpot

Allison Boulais

VP – Architecture Strategy & Governance

Capital One

Kristi Horton

CEO

Horton Innovations, LLC

Jamie Sanderson Reid

Director, Cyber Governance, Risk and Compliance

The AES Corporation

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