CYBER SQUAD/BOWIE - BESmart Hackathon

CYBER SQUAD/BOWIE

NATHAN NTI

Bowie State University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Nathan Nti is a junior at Bowie State University and grew up in Prince George’s County, Maryland. At Bowie State, Nathan is a computer science major focusing on software development. He currently serves as a software development intern at Prince George’s County Office of Information Technology (OIT), is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society and the Bowie State Cyber Squad, and has worked to develop Amazon Alexa applications. Nathan enjoys exercising and loves playing fun, strategic games, such as chess. He has worked as a researcher for Bowie State’s Student Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI). After graduation, Nathan plans to enter the information technology industry.

HARRISON RAZANAJATOVO

Bowie State University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Harrison Razanajatovo is a junior at Bowie State University. Born in Madagascar, he has lived in the United States since 2011. At Bowie State, Harrison is a computer science major on a full scholarship from Bowie State’s Honors Program and is an active member of the computer science department’s Cyber Squad. Currently, he works as an intern for the Prince’s George’s County’s Office of Information Technology as an Amazon Echo Show software developer. Harrison’s interest spans the music field, specifically music production and sound engineering. His plan is to land a programming position and eventually start his own company.

CHADD E. PHILP

Bowie State University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Chadd Philp is a senior at Bowie State University and grew up in Jamaica. At Bowie State, Chadd is a computer science major. He holds an associate’s degree in management information systems. He serves as a research assistant for the CyberSquad and is also a teacher’s assistant and tutor for introductory computer science courses. He has been a part of the Codebreaker Challenge sponsored by the National Security Administration (NSA), as well as the inNOVAtion Hackathon held at Northern Virginia Community College. He has held internships at the Office of Information Technology for Prince George’s County and at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). After graduation, Chadd plans to work as a software engineer, while pursuing his master’s degree.

CHEVON NWOSU

Bowie State University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Chevon Nwosu is a senior at Bowie State University and grew up in Oklahoma. At Bowie State, Chevon is a computer science major. He currently serves as a research assistant, is a member of the Forensic Technology Information Cyber Squad and is the treasurer for Bowie State’s National Society of Black Engineers. He has worked as a project manager intern for the Office of Information Technology where he led a team to develop a technological solution to tangible problems in impoverished communities. After he graduates, Chevon plans to work in software engineering where he can apply his experience and critical thinking skills to a future team and project.