DIA 2022 Annual Conference
As our world begins to figure out what this “new normal” looks like, the DIA continues to push forward – working together.
Our Mid-year Meeting brought many conversations to light. It showed the strength of our committees, and what amazing things we can do together.
This conference will bring together new partners along with our tried and true ones. It will focus on hiring and training, corporate impact and philanthropy, and our own organizational security. Capped off by a working session lead by our committees. Make sure you stay for these. The committees job is to bring vetted information to the DIA whole for decisions – we can’t do this without you!
We can’t wait to see you!
2022 Speaker Lineup
Phyllis Lee, Center for Internet Security
Keynote: Getting Started with the CIS Controls
Phyllis Lee is the Senior Director of Controls at the Center for Internet Security (CIS). She has over 25 years of experience in information assurance and has performed vulnerability assessments, virtualization research and worked in security automation.
Prior to joining CIS, Ms. Lee worked at the National Security Agency (NSA) focusing on the intersection between malware and virtualization, which included collaboration with MIT Lincoln Labs. Ms. Lee also participated in a variety of security automation standardization efforts and led the security automation strategy for the NSA Information Assurance Directorate (IAD).
She graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Science in Computer Science.
Dan Stalp, Sandler Training
Keynote: Sales Assessments – Good for You or Not?
Dan has 27 years of experience leading, training, and coaching high performing individuals.
He has risked everything and started over twice career wise in 1993 as a benefits broker and again in 2005 with his Sandler Training office.
Dan has co-authored three books “The Reunion” (2011), “Another Reunion” (2013), and “The Last Reunion” (2020) about career significance and how pursing what you were “meant to do” – along with being grateful – plays an instrumental role in being the best you can be.
Dan is blessed to be a mentor with the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program in Kansas City. He is asked to be interviewed on numerous panels, podcasts, and radio programs concerning sales, sales management and leadership.
Monica Mitchell, Corporate Impact Partners
Keynote: Corporate Impact & Philanthropy
Monica Mitchell is a passionate community leader, experienced in the strategic design and execution of community development, engagement, and social impact projects that empower others to be leaders by “serving others and doing good.”
In her consulting practice, Monica and the team at Corporate Impact Partners provides technical assistance to small to midsize companies, including social impact capacity building, initiative planning and management, nonprofit collaboration, coaching, network building and facilitation, ongoing program support and review, and opportunities for positive brand exposure.
Monica has spent the past 20 years leading Social Impact, Corporate Volunteerism, Community Development, and Philanthropy for a Fortune 50 company, earning a strong professional and personal brand providing innovation and bringing complex ideas to market.