Marcelle Lee 
Marcelle is currently working as a malware analyst, and is also an adjunct professor at Anne Arundel Community College, and co-founder of Fractal Security Group, LLC. She is involved with several industry organizations, working groups, and boards, including the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu and the ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group.
Marcelle has earned the CSX-P, GCFA, GCIA, GCIH, GPEN, GISF, GCCC, C|EH, CCNA, Security+, Network+, and ACE industry certifications. She holds several degrees and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in cybersecurity at UMBC.  She is a cybersecurity competition enthusiast and an active volunteer in outreach to students and the community. @marcelle_fsg


Micah Hoffman
Micah is an active member in the NoVAHackers community, a certified SANS instructor, writes Recon-ng modules, and runs a number of open source projects. When not working, teaching, or learning, Micah can be found hiking or backpacking on the Appalachian Trail or on the many park trails in Maryland. @webBreacher




Meg Layton
Meg has been working in Infosec for nearly two decades. She has a number of certifications, and is currently finishing her doctorate in Information Assurance. She has a MS degree from Polytechnic University, now a part of NYU. She currently works for Symantec in the Cyber Security Services department, and as Director of Engineering she manages a team of  engineers who are building the tools for frontline defenders in cyberspace. Prior to joining Symantec, she worked as Director of IT for a cellular telecommunications company doing business in Africa. @Vamegabyte


Amélie E. Koran
Amélie E. Koran serves as the Deputy Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General. Amélie’s path to DHHS OIG took her the long way around – through multiple industry sectors, academia, and the public sector. Her professional experience includes time spent at The Walt Disney Company, Carnegie Mellon University CERT/CC, Mandiant, The World Bank, and The American Chemical Society. She began her time in the public sector as Lead Enterprise Security Architect for the U.S. Department of the Interior, eventually moving on to lead Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation implementation for the U.S. Treasury Department. Amélie later spent time on a leadership development rotation as part of the President’s Management Council Fellowship serving the Federal CIO in supporting cybersecurity policy analysis and legislative review, where she took an active role in the government-wide Open Data Initiative and helped in giving “birth” to the United States Digital Service (USDS). She’s an ardent advocate for innovative approaches to hiring talent and rationally applying security strategies and technologies for the Federal Government space. @webjedi


Andrea Little Limbago
Andrea Little Limbago is the Chief Social Scientist at Endgame, where she researches and writes at the intersection of geopolitics, cybersecurity, and data science, and directs the company’s technical content. Her writing has been featured in numerous outlets, including Politico, the Hill, Business Insider, and VentureBeat. Andrea previously taught in academia and was a computational social scientist in the Department of Defense. She earned a PhD in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a Bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College.

Tyrone Wilson 

Tyrone E. Wilson is an Information Security professional with over 20 years of experience in Information Technology. Wilson also has extensive knowledge in computer network defense, cyber threat analysis and incident response. As an information systems analyst for the Army, Wilson developed security structures to ensure American intelligence systems were protected from foreign threats. Wilson is the Founder and CEO of Cover6 Solutions, LLC; which assesses and teaches companies and professionals various aspects of information security, penetration testing, and IPv6. Wilson is also the organizer of several Cybersecurity Meetup groups, with the most popular being a 3600+ person group based out of Virginia called The D.C. Cyber Security Professionals. Founded in 2012, the group’s dedication to providing networking opportunities, informative discussions and educational sessions on all things cyber, has allowed the group to grow strong while providing a real benefit to the cyber community. Lastly, Wilson is also a Co-Founder and the Director of Information Security & Education for HackEd, a company that provides free hands-on cybersecurity training to aspiring information security professionals.