If you ever get the chance to see Glenda Harris perform, you might think after the first song that she’s a talented singer and guitarist. By the end of the second song, you’d realize that she also plays the Harmonium, Sitar, Hardanger Fiddle, Violin, Mandolin, and dobro. And by the end of her set, you will probably have lost count of exactly how many instruments she’s played (it’s 12, by the way). Glenda started playing music when she was only six years old, and credits the public school she attended as the gateway to her now seasoned understanding and passion for music and the arts.
Joy Brathwaite is a photographer supporting the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Visual Information/Multimedia & Engineering Services (VIMES) contract at Fort Belvoir. She photographs various INSCOM events – from official ceremonies and warrant officer balls, to historical artifacts and the construction of the new INSCOM headquarters. But despite her creative eye, Joy’s educational background isn’t in photography – it’s in aerospace engineering.
Domenique Malone is a Macintosh System Administrator for NetCentrics, supporting the Joint Service Provider (JSP) Service Delivery Team at the Pentagon. Originally from Wisconsin, Domenique graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a BA in Multimedia Digital Arts and Information Technology. He worked as an Apple Creative while pursuing his Master’s in Education, with an emphasis in Educational and Instructional Technology, then transplanted to the DC area after receiving his degree. While with Apple, Domenique focused on maximizing the end-user experience for his clients, unveiling untouched capabilities, minimizing frustrations, and leveraging technology to simplify everyday challenges and frustrations. But this focus on experiences didn’t stop with Apple – it extended into his personal life as well.