NJ National Guard Recommendation

May 18, 2012 at 4:55 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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To My Fellow National Guard Child and Youth Program Colleagues,
It is with great pleasure that I recommend Keith Dunn, KDCOP, to you as a “Presenter of Excellence”. Keith Dunn is an expert in the field of cyber safety. Keith developed his love and expertise as a Detective for the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office. His degree in Criminal Justice and Computer Forensics, along with his insight as an active member of the National Internet Crimes against Children Task Force, and being proactively involved in the arrest and prosecution of internet predators and internet offenders promoted his creditability to our NJ Guard Teen Panel.
Beyond Keith Dunn’s credentials, he has a remarkable ability to connect with our military teens. This may be attributed to him being a former member of the United States Air Force. Keith represented his Country during Operation Desert Storm. During his tour on active duty, Keith performed as a singer and dancer for “Tops in Blue”, a USO type military performing group started and operated by Bob Hope. Keith incorporates storytelling and has a great sense of humor, which captivates the teens and leaves them wanting more.
Many of our Guard Teen Panel members have had the opportunity to witness Keith Dunn in their school assembly. Consistently, it is reported that Keith Dunn has a special gift of capturing the attention and interest of youth. The stories he tells, the way he interacts with his audience, and his willingness to listen creates an atmosphere that allows the teens to share their experiences and vulnerabilities. One of our teens stated, “Mr. Keith has really helped me to change the way I communicate on social media websites.” Another teen stated, “Keith Dunn made the dangers of social media become real to me. Before, I knew that danger existed, but his experience as an investigator really slapped me in the face and helped me to change my behavior online.”
Keith Dunn is exceptionally gifted. He is helping our teens change their behavior and protect themselves while on the internet. It is with great honor that I recommend him to your youth organizations. Knowledge is very powerful; however, converting knowledge into behavior change is the ultimate protection against being a victim or perpetrator of cyber crimes.
I am honored to have worked with Keith and I am very excited about working with him in the near future.
With Warm Regards,

Nicole L. Morgan- Lewis
NJ National Guard Youth Coordinator
State Family Programs
MPSC Contractor
1048 Route 206 South
Bordentown, NJ 08505


KDCOP Updates

May 18, 2012 at 4:44 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Hey everyone. April and May so far have been pretty slow months this year. June looks like it is going to pick up with the NJ National Guard summer camp and some other assemblies throughout our Garden State. Although the past couple months have been slow on the speaking side of the KDCOP Foundation, the business and entertainment development side have been blowing up with new ideas. On top of new ideas, KDCOP has been asked to be part of Experian’s Identity Theft Leadership Council. This council gets together 4 times a year and works on new ways to keep people’s identity safe while shopping or just browsing the internet.

One of the newest and most amazing shows that we have developed on the entertainment side is the Cyber Safe/Leadership Workshop which is in VERY high demand. This workshop is a half day long and perfect for summer camps and youth leadership teams from all over the world. The VA National Guard has seen it twice already and we are scheduled for another workshop on July 30th. This new workshop brings cyber safety and amazing, interactive leadership exercises directly to your teens. Keeping in mind that we all want to be included with something, the workshop brings the attendees together like no other program. It allows our youth from all nationalities and different cultures to understand, accept and welcome one another into their world. This technique opens up the teen’s eyes to better understand what it is like to be an outsider as well.

Since no one wants to be left out, we conclude the workshop with an exercise that really gets to the heart of each teen’s issues and, in most cases, brings a tear or two to everyone’s eye.

If you’re looking for that one of a kind, dynamic, entertaining, funny, interactive and engaging workshop for your teens then contact me TODAY!!!!


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