Dimitrios Skrettas is a junior student at Eastern Michigan University. He got into computers from his passion for video games. He is the current President of the Information Assurance Student Association. He has captained multiple teams for the IASA for competitions such as the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC), The Information Security Talent Search competition (ISTS), and The International Cybersecurity League Collegiate Cup. He has helped lead Digital Divas workshops, networking events, and school events. He is also currently planning corporate outreach events for students, as well as YoloCon, our annual fundraising event.
Janeen HammoudehVice President
Janeen Hammoudeh is a junior student at Eastern Michigan University from Ypsilanti. She attended the ECA @ EMU program and graduated with honors. She's the current Vice President of the IASA and has participated in the CyberFastTrack competition. She has helped lead Digital Divas workshops, helped plan networking events, and is currently helping plan Yolo Con, our annual fundraiser.
Penelope Mankey is a junior student from the Lansing area in Michigan. She graduated from the Wilson Talent Center in Mason and competed in CyberPatriot and Business Professionals of America during her junior and senior years there. So far during her time in the club, she's competed in the 2022 CCDC competition and the 2022 Fall National Cyber League individual and team games, the latter of which placing 25th out of nearly 4,000 teams. One of her goals is to empower her peers within the industry as well as bring more people into it, and so she helped to lead a workshop for Digital Divas–a program to expose middle and high school girls to STEM topics.
Manraj Singh is an IA/CD student from the Canton, Michigan area. He's participated in several competitions such as; CyberPatriot in 2019 ( 3rd place in the Platinum division in the state), ICL, both the individual and team portions of the NCL competition in 2022 ( Where his team was top 25 in the country ), and is planning on competing in several more competitions in the future. In his spare time, he loves toying with his cybersecurity home lab, running multiple VMs, including Windows Server, a home media server, a private tunneling solution, and many others.
Jarrett Signoretti is a junior student from Canton, Michigan. He's participated in several competitions. At the 2020 Michigan Governor's High School Cyber Challenge, his team won 3rd place. He placed 151st out of around three thousand competitors in the Fall 2021 National Cyber Scholar Competition. Last fall, he finished 71st out of nearly seven thousand students in the individual NCL game. Working together with other IASA members, they received the diamond medal by placing 25th out of almost 4,000 teams. His hobbies include coding in Python, creating instrumental music with FL Studio, and learning cybersecurity outside the classroom. So far, a few of his favorite topics in the field are web security, the Internet of Things, and botnets.
Members at Large
Alexander RolfesMember at Large
Alex Rolfes is a senior in the IA/CD program at Eastern Michigan University. Originally enrolled in the School of Education, with a focus on Secondary Ed. Chemistry Major Math Minor, Alex changed majors after he and his wife bought a house and had a second child. With over 14 years of experience in the customer service industry, Alex uses his strong interpersonal communication skills to help the club with business and community outreach. Alex's hobbies include playing Magic the Gathering, exercising, mountain biking, and disc golf.
Logan SeveranceMember at Large
Logan Severance is a senior at EMU. He has worked in IT for the previous 6 years and is an Information Systems Security Analyst in Grand Rapids. His hobbies/interests include being a member of the IASA, being a robotics coach at the Ypsi STEMM Middle College, and learning more about the world of cybersecurity. He is also a member of the IASA CTF team that placed 25th last fall out of nearly 4000 teams.
Karanvir SinghMember at Large
Karanvir Singh is an IACD student from Canton, Michigan. He's participated in several competitions such as; CyberPatriot in 2019 (3rd place in the Platinum division in the state), ICL, both the individual and team portions of the NCL competition in 2022 (Where his team was top 25 in the country), and is planning on competing in several more competitions in the future. In his free time, he runs a limousine taxi transportation company that handles over 2,000 clients all throughout North America.