Tech Recap: The Nation’s Largest Gathering of GEOINT Professionals, wraps up today in St. Louis, MO

USGIF invited all to join them for the GEOINT 2023 Symposium—the largest annual gathering of geospatial intelligence professionals in the nation.

May 21-24, America’s Center Convention Complex
St. Louis, Missouri

Greater St. Louis:

Deputy Director of NGA Tonya Wilkerson described how NGA’s Strategic Objective 5 transforms NGA’s efforts to improve its acquisition tradecraft, making it more mutually beneficial for NGA, industry and service providers. The goal is to accelerate NGA’s access to new technology.

With an average total attendance of more than 4,000, the event is a unique and unparalleled gathering of the GEOINT community, with attendees spanning government, military, industry, and academia.

This year’s Symposium theme, GEOINT: From Maps to Metaverse, reflects the evolution of the GEOINT discipline over the two decades since the first such gathering of our community in 2003, as well as the broad scope of sub-disciplines that GEOINT encompasses.



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Photo Gallery is from GEOINT:

The panelists discussed their approaches to maintaining personal authenticity and how being their authentic self has impacted their career in GEOINT
High school students from Gateway Global attended the Maintaining Authenticity at Work panel at #GEOINT2023 Young Professionals Hub. They heard from senior community leaders about how being your authentic self will help you reach your goals and provide the best chance of success.
RADM (ret.) Paul Becker, former JCS J2, led the discussion about being authentic at work. He recalled an interview with an admiral who told him he was too energetic and humorful to work for the admiral. His authenticity didn’t get him that job, but it led to better opportunities.
Sidney Medford, Chief People Officer at RGi, cited her Three T’s of Authenticity: – being Transparent and upfront – Treating people like you want to be treated – getting to the best solution through Teamwork
“We – the entire #IC and DoD Communities – are better when we have not just the perspectives of a multi-faceted workforce, but also the skillsets,” said NGA Deputy Director Tonya Wilkerson @GEOINTsymposium


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