Larry Muzzelo, a recently retired deputy to the commanding general of the Army communications-electronics command (CECOM) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, has joined the Northeastern Maryland Technology Council.
While deputy commander, Muzzelo was honored as the Visionary of the Year at the NMTC 12th Annual Visionary Awards in April 2022 for leading CECOM and APG tenants, providing strong volunteer mentoring experience and internship opportunities for 30-student cohorts.
Several of these students come from underserved areas of Harford County. Now, they have a chance to complete their four-year high school diploma and obtain a two-year associate degree in cyber security or information systems at no cost to the student.
Also, Muzzelo oversaw a global organization (C5ISR) of about 9,000 personnel providing, integrating and sustaining world-class hardware, software and mission command capabilities with an operating budget of $1.8 billion for national security.
“It is visionary and can do leaders like Larry Muzzelo that continue to help the NMTC serve its community in technology advancement and STEM workforce building,” the organization said in a news release.