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Domizio '14, Digital Forensics Analyst Supporting Department of Defense, to Address Graduates at Goodwin Commencement

May 9, 2017

Frank Domizio '14, Senior Digital Forensics Analyst supporting the Department of Defense and a retired Philadelphia police officer, will address graduates at the Goodwin College of Professional Studies Commencement Ceremony on Monday, June 12, at 5 p.m. in Mandell Theater.

"Frank's story, including his time at Goodwin and his rise from police officer to FBI contributor to cyber intelligence analyst, will be a perfect endnote for our graduating students," said Tim Gilrain, executive director of Goodwin College of Professional Studies.

Domizio worked a long and successful career as patrol officer, supervisor, police academy instructor, and social and digital media manager with Philadelphia Police Department, as well as a digital forensic examiner on a federal task force. After leaving the force in 2015, Frank began his current career supporting the Department of Defense's cybersecurity efforts. He also teaches at several schools in Maryland, where he resides.

A proud alumnus of Goodwin College of Professional Studies, Domizio earned a Bachelor of Science in Computing and Security Technology from Drexel University in 2014 and a Master of Science in Cyber and Information Security from Capitol College in 2016.

In addition, Angela Olchaskey '17, who is receiving a Bachelor of Science in General Studies, will serve as student speaker to the graduating class.

At the University-wide ceremony on June 13 at 7:30 p.m., computational design guru John Maeda will address the class of 2017 at Drexel University’s commencement. Maeda is the global head of Computational Design and Inclusion at Automattic, the parent company of Jetpack, WooCommerce, Longreads, and more.

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