The Inaugural Blacks in Technology Conference, instantly tagged as BITCON2018, is a 3-day interactive platform for professionals, entrepreneurs, influencers, subject matter experts, students, and thought leaders who share a common goal... increasing the visibility and representation of black men and women in the tech industry.  As we seek to further our mission of establishing a practice of world class excellence, BIT has crafted a stimulating and engaging program that intertwines and encompasses the Twin Cities educational, business, political and tech communities. Utilizing forums such as tech exhibits, career fairs, pitch competitions, networking parties, city innovation tours, lightning talks, and panel discussions, BIT invites you to redefine your career in tech…
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Henry Anthony McKelvey

University of the Potomac
Adjunct Professor
Maryland Area
Professor Henry A. McKelvey is an FCC Certified Telecommunications Professional who has worked in several capacities with Wireless Network (WiFi and WiMax) and Radio Systems Technology. As a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Verizon Laboratories, he led a team in the design and implementation of advanced technologies which lead to the filing of 16 US Patent Applications, 14 of which have been granted US Patents, Two are in a resubmission state, and the 16 applications are being maintained as patents pending. As a Communications Systems Engineer at Rockwell Collins he is responsible for new technology development, enterprise architecture design, and implementation, systems development methodologies and configuration management. Professor McKelvey teaches Network \ Computer Forensics, Network Security and Design, Intellectual Property Design, and other Information Systems and Technology courses at the University of The Potomac