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2019 Conference Staff

  • Massey, Theodore

    Capt Capt Theodore H. Massey III is the Officer in Charge of the Leadership Conference. He currently teaches courses in the Leadership Department. Capt Massey has spent the last nine years in the Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate.
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  • German, Campbell

    Chairman Midshipman First Class Campbell German is a Quantitative Economics Major from Rochester, New York. He is currently serving as the Chairman of the Naval Academy Leadership Conference for the year of 2019. He organizes the staff and is responsible for the overall planning and execution of the conference.
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  • Hanson, Megan

    Vice-Chairman Midshipman First Class Megan Hanson is a native of Aspen, CO and is a member of 23rd Company. At the Naval Academy, she is a member of the Navy Women’s Rowing Team and works on an independent research project looking at human capital through a Trident Scholarship. Both of her parents are teachers and her brother is a Civil and Environmental engineer. After graduating she hopes to become a Naval Flight Officer and fly P-8s out of Whidby Island, Washington.
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  • Heinz, Ryan

    Delegates Officer Midshipman First Class Ryan Heinz is from Las Vegas, NV, he is currently serving as the 3rd Company Commander and is studying Mechanical Engineering. He is the Delegates Officer for the 2019 Leadership Conference. He is responsible for contacting the delegates and setting up their arrangements.
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  • Blackburn, Jay

    Speakers Midshipman First Class Jay Blackburn is the Speaker Officer for the 2019 Leadership Conference. He is in charge of contacting and recruiting speakers to come speak to the Brigade of Midshipmen. A native of Elkin, North Carolina with two brothers and two sisters. He is an Oceanography major and Chinese minor. Upon commission, he hopes to fly Naval Aviation or join the Marine Corps. Jay is a member of the 12th Company Wolfpack.
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  • Rhee, Joo-Young

    Operations Officer Midshipman First Class Joo-Young Rhee is from Plano, Texas and a proud member of Third Herd (3rd Company). He is the Operations Officer for the 2019 Leadership Conference. As the Operations Officer, he is responsible for the conference support staff, training, and transportation, as well as scheduling the events of the conference.
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  • Wylie, Jesse

    Logistics Midshipman First Class Jesse Wylie is a native to Albuquerque, New Mexico and is a proud member of the Navy Ski team. He is responsible for development of the conference schedule and all lodging and meal requirements.
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  • Heinemann, Ike

    Finance Officer Midshipman First Class Ike Heinemann is a native of Jonesboro, Arkansas, a proud member of 12th Company, and a History Major. He enjoys flying as a Private Pilot, teaching VTNA Ground School, target shooting, and SCUBA Diving. Ike hopes to attend flight school in Pensacola, Florida after the Naval Academy to become a Navy Pilot.
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  • Green, Cameron

    Curriculum Midshipman First Class Cameron Green is from Fort Myers, Florida. She is an economics major and also a Midshipman Action Group department head. She has a twin sister and after graduation she hopes to pursue a career in aviation.
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  • Mantilla, Harold

    Tech Officer Midshipman First Class Harold Mantilla is an Information Technology major from West Palm Beach, Florida. He works for the Leadership Conference as Technology Officer by coordinating the conference's equipment needs and working alongside the Public Affairs Officer to ensure the conference's material is available to the public.
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  • Mahoney, Samuel

    Public Affairs Officer Midshipman First Class Samuel Mahoney is from Orlando, Florida. He is dual majoring in Computer Science and Information Technology at the United States Naval Academy. As Public Affairs Officer he is tasked with, among other jobs, maintaining and updating the Naval Academy Leadership Conference websites and various social media outlets. He plans on service selecting Marine Ground upon commissioning in May.
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