Wisconsin & Minnesota College Cybersecurity Symposium

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PhotoTricia Foxwell
Senior Consulting IT Auditor, Securian Financial

Panelist: Mentoring and Advancing Women in Cybersecurity

Tricia Foxwell Bio

Tricia Foxwell is a 1997 graduate of UW-Stout and an IT Auditor with Securian Financial in St. Paul, MN. In her role she identifies cybersecurity risks and designs controls to reduce threats and ensure a safer computing environment. Tricia is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and is Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls (CRISC).

Her 20 years of experience in this field allows her to evaluate the security of complex computing environments, from network infrastructure components to databases to cyber defense. She resides in Hudson with her two sons ages 10 and 13.


Adrienne Hartman
President WIT Wisconsin | Sr. Director of E-Commerce & Campaign Sales at J. J. Keller 

Panelist: Mentoring and Advancing Women in Cybersecurity

Adrienne Hartman Biography

Adrienne is a passionate marketing technologist with over 20 years’ experience growing and building teams to achieve business results. As Director of Ecommerce & Campaign Sales at J. J. Keller & Associates, she leads the team responsible for direct sales and digital marketing, including ecommerce platform, creative, UX and content. Prior to joining J. J. Keller, Adrienne held Ecommerce leadership & IT developer positions at Mason Companies, Lands' End and Metavante.

Adrienne also volunteers as President of Women in Technology Wisconsin. The nonprofit’s mission is to attract, grow and retain women of all ages into technology careers.

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Andrea Kittelson
Global Security Training & Communications Manager at Rockwell Automation

Panelist: Mentoring and Advancing Women in Cybersecurity

Andrea Kittelson Biography

Andrea is an expert in analyzing, designing, developing and implementing adult learning curriculum in a variety of multi-media formats which encourage employee growth and retention. She has mastered the art of lifelong learning by creating engaging and relevant cybersecurity awareness programs which help “patch the Human OS”, by addressing the unique needs of our evolving generational workforce, challenging learners to discover new concepts and adapt their behaviors accordingly. She enjoys the challenge to stay ahead of industry trends and an ever changing environment.


Jonathan Lehner
Dean of the College of Cyber, National Security Agency

Keynote Speaker: Hollywood: A Creator of Malicious Cyber “Actors.” The role of movies in some of the key events in U.S. cybersecurity

Jonathan Lehner Bio

Mr. Lehner is the National Cryptologic School's Dean of the College of Cyber, National Security Agency (NSA), responsible for the education and training of the nation's premier cyber professionals dedicated to the protection of the nation's security. Previously, he served for twenty-two years as an attorney beginning his career on active duty in the Army Judge Advocated General's Corps. In 2000 he took a position as a staff attorney at NSA eventually assuming the role of a managing attorney. As a lawyer for NSA he spent the last 11 years at the tip of the cyber policy spear, helping to create national level cyber policy with Congress as the senior Agency advocate in the formulation, debate, and implementation of cyber legislation.

Education: Mr. Lehner received his Bachelor's Degree from Rutgers College and his Law Degree (J.D.) from Rutgers University. He is admitted to the Bar in Maryland.

Personal: Two children, son and daughter. Favorite activities include hiking, camping, and hunting.


Meagan Wolfe
Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator

Keynote Speaker: Election Security in Wisconsin

Meagan Wolfe Bio

Meagan Wolfe is the Administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, serving as the state’s Chief Election Official. Meagan was appointed by the bi-partisan, six-member Commission in February of 2018 and unanimously confirmed by the Wisconsin State Senate in May of 2019 for a four-year term.

Serving as an election security advocate and ambassador for the needs of Wisconsin’s clerks and voters remains her highest priority as the state prepares for the 2020 election cycle. A significant part of her job is ensuring that Wisconsin’s 1,922 local election officials (the most of any state) have the resources and technology they need to conduct elections.

Meagan previously served as WEC’s Deputy Administrator, managing the teams that develop and maintain the statewide voter registration system, election security, and all other IT applications of the Commission.

Meagan joined state service in 2011, starting in voter outreach and later leading the multi-year redesign of the MyVote Wisconsin voter information portal, a project driven by data collected from comprehensive usability and accessibility studies.

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Sam Wosika
CCNP, Engineer, Cisco