August 10, 2016 – DPI’s CEO Andrea Stone was recently acknowledged as InfraGard’s newest “Rookie of the Year”. The award recognized Ms. Stone as a substantial contributor with this public and private partnership as the Deputy Transportation Sector Chief, connecting the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) with the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA), promoting InfraGard initiatives across multiple platforms.
“I am profoundly honored to be recognized by InfraGard as a significant contributor to a partnership that is making a difference each day” said Andrea Stone, CEO of DPI. “I sincerely believe this collaboration of efforts, insights, and sharing informs both the Federal Government and the private industry collaborating not only in transportation, but also safety, security, technology, and mission-essential planning.”
Ms. Stone’s efforts are not only being seen within the InfraGard community; she also shares these best practices inside her own company. Several of the DPI staff are engaged with the InfraGard initiatives and thus Ms. Stone is bringing to the partnership not only new members but new ideas, which are core to the partnerships’ mission. The leadership within InfraGard believes Ms. Stone will be an excellent candidate for the future Transportation Chief as she continues to strategize with the Chiefs to bring world-class speakers to the partnership, bolster membership across the National Capital Region, and move important issues forward.
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