2019 Annual Meeting & Conference
April 26-28, Charlotte, NC
2019 UIWU CONFERENCE, CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA BEGINS IN:
Since it was founded in 1943, and chartered under the laws of the State of New York in April 1944, United Israel World Union has advanced the universal and eternal monotheistic values contained within the Ancient Hebrew Scriptures. Every year, in accordance with its by-laws and constitution, United Israel World Union has held an annual meeting during the month of April at the location determined by the President. It has become customary for the board and officers of United Israel to plan a conference to coincide with the annual meeting.
The weekend conference will be held at the Southpark Hilton Doubletree in Charlotte, North Carolina, an appropriately named place to host a meeting for an organization, which has long advanced the reunion of the two sticks of Judah and Ephraim (Ezekiel 37).
WHAT TO EXPECT
Our program of event will be posted soon
2019 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS
We are presently finalizing the details of the program, but confirmed session leaders include, Dr. James D. Tabor, Ralph Buntyn, David and Patty Tyler and Ross Nichols.
As the CEO of Advanced Automation Corporation (AAC) Mr. Tyler is responsible for the operation of an 80-person company that focuses on unique out of the box solutions for military applications. David is a visionary that sees how to apply state of the art technology to the tip of the spear. For the past 32 years AAC has been at the forefront of some amazing solutions that added significant capabilities for the US Military. Mr. Tyler has over 30 years of experience in the electrical engineering and computer science fields. He has performed research in the areas of information modeling of computer systems and their operational behavior. He works with the DoE at Sandia National Laboratory on Special Operations programs and their search for game changing technology. Mr. Tyler has participated in overseas programs and operations for the US and partner nations, including NATO, Israel, the UK, Canada, and Australia. AAC assisted in an Israeli company, Advanced Logistics Developments (ALD) of Rishon LeZion, Israel sell software and services to primarily the US DoD and its contractors.
Mr. Tyler has coauthored a book for the Elsevier Press for IEEE entitled; “Mission-Critical and Safety–Critical Systems Handbook (Design and Development for Embedded Applications)” that was published in December 2009.
Education: BS and MS in Theoretical Computer Science from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Marcy, NY, Selected MS EE and Mathematics Courses from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, and the Enterprise Architecting Lecture Series from MIT, Cambridge, MA, as well as an AAS EET from MVCC Utica, NY.
Personal Activities: Mr. Tyler is an avid supporter of archaeology and has been on the fund-raising side of the current University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) excavation on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem, Israel. David also supported the development of the UIWU Center in Biblical Tamar at the Blossoming Rose Park in Ir Ovot, in the Arava of Israel.
Christine Maxwell, MAIS is a Graduate student in The School of Arts & Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas. She is working towards her doctorate in the field of Holocaust Studies. She was a Program Manager for Learning Technologies in the Office of Information Technology for three years, and before that worked in the Department of eLearning as a researcher of innovation in eLearning. Dedicated to helping the public at large (evidenced by her teaching, work on the Boards of the Internet Society and the Santa Fe Institute, her Internet entrepreneurship as the inventor and creator of the Magellan Search Engine that was featured on the home page of Netscape in the early 1990s, and scientific and educational publishing endeavors) by harnessing the ultimate power of today’s technology for the greater good.
Her current Ph.D. work seeks to advance the study of Holocaust remembrance and Holocaust education by investigating the links woven throughout and around original artifacts and derivative works. Combining literary analysis with explorations of her own personal and professional histories, her thesis seeks to examine key influencing factors of time, place and persona and investigate how current mechanics, dynamics and interpretation shape representations, and how digital explorations of diverse collections of artifacts can stimulate new insights.
to be announced
In order to encourage the largest possible attendance, there will be no charge for the conference, but attendees are asked to contribute to United Israel World Union as they are able.
Registration is required for all attendees.
We look forward to seeing you all in Charlotte!
Southpark Hilton Doubletree in Charlotte, North Carolina