Charles Britt - STEM Education Coordinator
Prior to joining NOVA, I spent more than 12 years working in both technical and project management positions in the U.S. Intelligence Community. A certified cyber security professional, my previous career assignments included senior information systems security officer with the National Counterterrorism Center, special assistant to the assistant deputy director of national intelligence, and executive secretariat to the CIA's Information Security Program Council.
I have a strong commitment to addressing the STEM workforce challenge. I volunteered my time serving as past president of the Washington, DC, chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, I was director of the DC Science and Engineering Fair, and founder of the Center for Minority Achievement in Science and Technology.
Currently, I am an active advisory board member with the Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance and USA Science and Engineering Festival. I earned a bachelor's in information technology from Capitol College and completed graduate coursework in business management at UMUC. I hold professional memberships with the Project Management Institute, IEEE and the National Black MBA Association. I also serve as the STEM Education Coordinator for Fairfax County and the City of Fairfax.