Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. Appoints New Executive Director to Drive Vision
Tasha Cornish brings nonprofit leadership experience as new Executive Director
The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI), Maryland’s only nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the local cybersecurity ecosystem, announced the appointment of Tasha Cornish as its Executive Director. This infusion of new leadership will strengthen CAMI’s ability to execute its goal of creating a more cyber prepared Maryland.
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Cornish brings with her nearly a decade of nonprofit leadership experience with specific expertise in fundraising, community outreach, data analysis and partnership management. With over 600 members and partners across the cybersecurity, technologies, government and education industries, Cornish will lead CAMI’s implementation of educational programming, community resource development and cyber career networking opportunities.
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“It is an honor to be named CAMI’s Executive Director during a time in which the importance of cybersecurity has become unignorable by individuals and businesses alike,” said Cornish. “CAMI’s power to create connections and partnerships across sectors is critical for elevating the Maryland cybersecurity ecosystem as a whole.”
“This past year has proven cybersecurity readiness is needed now more than ever as businesses continue to operate remotely,” said Gregg Smith, Board Chairman of CAMI, CEO of Attila Security. “We are thrilled to have Tasha at the helm of the CAMI team as we all work towards developing a more cyber prepared Maryland.”
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