Mark your calendars. Please join us for the September 12th, 2017 Tuesday evening Navy League Dinner Meeting. Social Hour starts at 5:00 PM. This will be the 258th dinner meeting of our local Navy League Council, and the first meeting of the Fall Season. We will be convening at the Tred Avon Yacht Club. Views of the river and the sunsets are unsurpassed. New members are always welcome.
We have the privilege of honoring a past Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence (DDNI), Capt Terry Roberts USN (Retired), as our keynote speaker. Captain Roberts grew up in Denton, Maryland, graduated from Saints Peter and Paul High School, and went on to the University of Maryland College Park. Her U.S. Navy career took her all over the world as she specialized in Naval Intelligence and Cyber Security. During her later civilian years at Department of Defense (DoD) she rose to SES-03, as Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence. This is the federal equivalent to Three-Star Admiral. Citations, honorariums, and distinguished assignments are too numerous to mention. Captain Roberts is now Founder and President of WhiteHawk Inc., a cyber security firm in Arlington Virginia. Her more detailed professional biography is attached. Terry's father - Gil Roberts - was a member of the Navy League in the 1970's and 1980's.
Dinner Cost is $40 per person. Please call Bob Lawrence, at1-410-819-8029 to register. You may visit our website at www.easternshorecouncilnavyleague.org for more information. Reservations by Friday September 8th are best for planning purposes. Payment at the door will be accepted. The three-course dinner menu consists of Cream of Crab Soup, Pork Loin Wellington, and Strawberry Cream Shortcake. Beverages, rolls, and butter are included.. The next scheduled dinner meeting will be in October.
Our Eastern Shore Council sponsors US Navy ships and submarines as they patrol our seven seas. We honor the Oxford Coast Guard Station. We support the Easton High School NJROTC and the Pocomoke High School MCJROTC. JROTC Award Ceremonies were held on May 3rd at both high schools. Our Eastern Shore Council was present and presented two Theodore Roosevelt Navy League Medals, and a nice scholarship check at each high school.
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We sponsor local and travel events throughout the year. This past year we visited the Kings Bay Georgia Naval Submarine Base, as guests of the USS MARYLAND (SSBN-738). Members of our Council attended the U.S. Coast Guard Station Oxford Change of Command Ceremony in May of last year. Six members of our Council attended the Commissioning Ceremonies of the USS ZUMWALT (DDG-1000) in Baltimore Harbor, Saturday October 15, 2016. Twenty-Five Council members attended the U.S. Naval Academy’s presentation of ‘The Messiah’ in December past. We are very pleased to be able to enhance the active Sea Services.
New community members and volunteer event coordinators are always welcome. Our Dinner Meetings offer opportunity for Active Service members to spend time with our civilian community advocates. We honor WWII Veterans in our midst.
Terry Roberts is establishing the first Cyber Security E-Commerce Community - enabling all businesses (especially mid-sized and small companies) to have continuous online access to tailored learning, smart buying and connections, to the best products, services, insights and trends industry wide. Previously Terry was the TASC VP for Cyber Engineering and Analytics, running all Cyber/IT, Financial and Business Analytics cross cutting innovative technical services. Prior to TASC, Terry was the Executive Director of the Carnegie Mellon, Software Engineering Institute, leading the technical body of work for the entire US Interagency, with a special focus on leveraging and transitioning commercial innovation and acquisition excellence to government programs and capabilities.
Before transitioning to industry in 2009, Terry Roberts was the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence (DDNI), where she led, together with the Director of Naval Intelligence, more than 20,000 intelligence and information warfare military and civilian professionals and managed more than $5 billion in resources, technologies, and programs globally, leading the initial approach for the merging of Naval Communications and Intelligence under the OPNAV N2/N6 and the creation of the Information Dominance Core. Prior to being the Navy DDNI, Terry Roberts served as the Director of Requirements and Resources for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (USDI), spearheading the creation and implementation of the Military Intelligence Program (MIP), in partnership with the Director of National Intelligence, the Services, the Combat Support Agencies, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
An intelligence professional for over 30 years, Terry has held many senior intelligence positions, including Director of Intelligence, Commander Naval Forces Europe and Commander-in-ChiefNATO AFSOUTH; Director, Defense Intelligence Resource Management Office (manager of the General Defense Intelligence Program); Director, Naval Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance (C41SR) Scientific and Technical Intelligence (S&TI) analysis at the Office of Naval Intelligence; special assistant to the Associate Director of Central Intelligence for Military Support and the Chief of Staff for the Director Military Intelligence Staff. In addition, Terry has directed, conducted, and enabled intelligence operations globally, with much of this work being focused on the requirements, planning, and implementation of intelligence and communications technologies, software, and architectures.
Terry Roberts is the Co-Chair of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Cyber Council and four Task Force efforts, a Member of the AFCEA Intelligence Committee, on the Naval Intelligence Professionals (NIP) BOD and participates in the Cyber Education Advisory BOD's for the USNA and Marymount University.
Terry's personal awards include the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service; the Navy Senior Civilian Award of Distinction, the NGA Personal Medallion for Excellence; the Coast Guard Distinguished Public Service Award; the Director of Central Intelligence National Intelligence Certificate of Distinction; the National Intelligence Reform Medal; and the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation.