By AFRO Staff
Between Feb. 2 and Feb. 4, the Career Communications Group hosted the BEYA (Black Engineer of the Year) Metaquake Symposium Conference, where Black engineers were honored in the Hall of Fame Alumnus Event. Over 1200 students joined the BEYA Metaquake conference to learn about STEM or Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Photos by Patricia McDougall
Tyrone Taborn (left), Elliott Lyons and Vincent Lyons at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards 2023 CCG Hall of Fame Alumnus event. (Photos by Patricia McDougall) Elliott Lyons (left), Ernest Smiley and Vincent Lyons. Ernest Smiley receives the 2023 Career Communications Group Hall of Fame Alumnus of the Year Award. (Photos by Patricia McDougall) President of Nubian Media Esports, Jerome Dishman (left), CEO and Publisher of Career Communications Group, Tyrone Taborn, CEO and Co-Founder of Blaze Fire Games, Isiah Reese and STEM City Chicago’s Bernard Key. (Photos by Patricia McDougall) (From left to right) Feiyang Bai, a graduate student at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), Dnisa Oocumma, an undergraduate student of UDC, Ann U. Lankford, director of Student Engagement at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UDC and Tyrone D. Taborn, CEO and publisher of Career Communications Group. (Photos by Patricia McDougall) The BEYA Metaquake Symposium brought over 1200 students from all over the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area and Detroit, Mich., to include the young military students. (Photos by Patricia McDougall) CEO of Mac/Ban Arts, Devon Bannister and Chief Administrative Officer to the United Nations, Ken Washington. (Photos by Patricia McDougall) Jean Hamilton and Tyrone Taborn are honored by Doni Glover of Bmorenew.com with the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Lifetime Achievement Award at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. (Photos by Patricia McDougall)