Beatrice Bangura

NCWIT
Counselors for Computing (C4C) Business and Logistics Coordinator

Beatrice currently serves as Counselors for Computing Business and Logistics Coordinator. Beatrice is a project manager who brings more than six years of project, program, and event coordination experience to the role. Throughout her career, Beatrice has led change management endeavors on software projects, acted as a product owner, and created and assisted with programs that allow for more diversity in various industries. She is a graduate of Morgan State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and her PMP certification. Beatrice is also a certified Prosci Change Management practitioner and has used her expertise to successfully drive change initiatives and projects. When she’s not working, she enjoys reading thriller and mystery books, listening to music, and catching up on her favorite TV shows and movies.

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