Jul 20 2007

How can a qtip save a life?

Published by at 6:10 pm under General

The Caitlin Raymond International Registry is a database of potential bone marrow and cord blood donors around the globe. The work they do helps save lives by finding donors for people who do not have blood relatives that can become donors. Their work saves lives. In June, the New England National Information Security Group (NAISG) sponsored a charity event, Securanoia, raising over $7000 for the organization.

Thanks to Jack Daniel and the rest of the NAISG group for inviting me to Securanoia.  This was my last event as the Cobia Product Evangelist, and one of the most fun to attend.  I’ll be posting a short interview I did with Mike Rothman, who was the speaker for the event, next week.

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