Shannon Bray was born in South Louisiana and graduated from Thibodaux High.
After taking an initial stab at college, Shannon enlisted in the United States Navy.
Shannon Bray currently works for the Department of Defense (DoD) and lives in Apex, NC.
His wife Stephanie and him share three wonderful kids who attend school in Wake County.
Shannon enjoys scuba diving; the North Carolina coast is rich in both history and sea life.
Missouri Science and Technology - Ph.D. Student in Computer Science;
focusing on national defense.
University of Delaware - Master of Science: Cybersecurity
Colorado State University Global Campus - Bachelor of Science:
Arapahoe Community College - Associate of Science and
Associate of Art: History
Shannon Bray has worked in various information
technology roles and has become a leading
expert in his field. Shannon believes that his
expertise can benefit law makers who may be too
distant from technology to understand how to
incorporate it properly and how to generate laws
Shannon has presented at many large technology
conferences and has written several books and
articles on technology. He is currently working
on his next book on applied cryptography.
Shannon Bray serves the state of North Carolina by
actively participating in the following government
US Naval Sea Cadets - LCDR Shannon Bray, NSCC,
presides over the units in North Carolina as
the Regional Director.
Navy League - Shannon is currently the president
of the Triangle chapter.
US Coast Guard Auxiliary - Shannon Bray volunteers his
time to help the US Coast Guard benefit from his
years of IT expertise.
Cyber Patriot - Shannon serves as a coach for the
Cyber Patriot program.
Like most Americans, Shannon understands that
policies on both sides can offer value to our
country and community. We have more in
common than different. It is important to find
our similarities and work from there.
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