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Michaela Barnett (born September 1995) is an award winning Computer security enthusiast, advocate, activist and the founder of Blacks In Cybersecurity (BIC).
Education and Career
Barnett is a graduate of John Handley High School in Winchester, Virginia.
Barnett is a graduate of Delaware State University in Dover, Delaware and currently pursues knowledge and certifications within the field of Offensive Security (Computer security). Barnett began her career as an Analyst.
Barnett began coordinating the formation of Blacks In Cybersecurity (BIC) in 2018 and finalized the organization in 2019, establishing the first organization to support the development of African Americans, students and enthusiasts in Cybersecurity exclusively.
In 2017, she received the Delaware State University Computer and Information Sciences Department Outstanding Student Leadership Award. In 2020, she received an 2020 Black Engineer of The Year Award (BEYA) Outstanding Achievement Award (Science Spectrum Trailblazer).
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