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4th Friday at 444

September 22, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Intended to match an Air Force Researcher with a regional partner, 4th Fridays at 444 is a speaker series designed to create introductions and collaborative efforts with non-traditional partners.

In this loosely structured 60 minute program, each participant speaks, followed by a joint question & answer session. Each session will be held on the 4th Friday at 444 E. Second St. in Dayton from 3:00 – 4:00.

We strongly encourage attendees to network and collaborate with each other and the speakers at a downtown Dayton establishment following the event.

“Seeing is Believing” – a dialogue on using data to tell a story
Featuring: Mandy Cinnamon, AFRL & Jennie Hempstead, Wright Brothers Institute

Jennie Hempstead, Graphic Innovation Lead at Wright Brothers Institute – Jennie specializes in graphic recording and facilitation, a practice that quickly aligns teams and boosts retention to make meetings and workshops more productive. She has served as the Graphic Innovation Lead at the Wright Brothers Institute since 2014, assisting clients with innovative storytelling and graphics that depict complex concepts. Jennie also provides messaging and communications for Wright Brothers Institute, with the goal of creating the most enviable Institute-Federal Laboratory partnership in the country.

Mandy Cinnamon, Aerospace Systems, Air Force Research Lab – Mandy is a software engineer and the founder of Dayton Analytics. Her expertise lies in modeling, simulation, and analysis (MS&A) of aerospace systems. She has been a contractor at WPAFB for nearly 18 years and currently supports research of Precision Airdrop (PAD) at AFRL. Mandy holds a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering and an MBA, both from Wright State University.

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September 22, 2017
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Wright Brothers Institute @ 444
444 E. Second St.
Dayton, OH 45402 United States
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