NSA's "Real Talk" on Diversity
May 6, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Citizenship Activities
Computer Science
Ethnic, Cultural, & Group Studies
Foreign Languages, Literature, & Linguistics
Law Enforcement & Protective Services
Liberal Arts
Math & Statistics
Military Science & Technology
Physical Sciences
Public Administration & Social Services

Event Description

Join NSA for "Real Talk" on Diversity - Take 2: Fear of the Unknown, Fear of Rejection and Fear of Change

This roundtable discussion will give you a chance to ask questions, share information, and network with others as we discuss our personal thoughts, insights and experiences as employees of the National Security Agency. The panel features a diverse selection of professionals who will speak openly around why diversity really matters.

Interested in learning how NSA policy supports diversity and inclusion?  Then join us for a candid conversation. 

The Diversity Round Table is followed by a moderated open and honest conversation.


About National Security Agency

The National Security Agency (NSA) is a world leader in Signals Intelligence. We carry out some of the nation’s most important and sensitive intelligence activities to secure information superiority for America and its allies. 

We have two primary missions. Our Information Assurance mission is the defense: it protects U.S. information by preventing foreign adversaries from gaining access to our information systems. Our Signals Intelligence mission is the offense: collecting foreign signals and producing intelligence to give U.S. policy makers and warfighters the decision advantage. NSA also enables network warfare operations to defeat terrorists and their organizations at home and abroad, consistent with U.S. laws and the protection of privacy and civil liberties.

At the nation’s top cryptologic organization, we employ the best and the brightest, who use their intelligence to solve some of the nation’s most difficult challenges. We are also the largest employer of mathematicians in the country, as well as one of the most important centers of foreign language analysis and research.