Notre Dame College Announces Women In Power

The homeland security profession originated as a response to the largest terrorist attack on American soil and has since expanded. Although men initially dominated the field, an increasing number of women are entering the security industry.
Aug. 8, 2012 - PRLog -- Notre Dame College, a private, liberal arts college in Great Cleveland, shares a story about the influx of women into the field of homeland security.

NDC released a post titled, "Women in Power," here

"Today’s post-9/11 society has responded to the attack on American soil with more sophisticated technologies and a targeted approach to security. After Sept. 11, the federal government merged 22 separate agencies to create the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and federal spending more than tripled from 2000 to 2004 to pay for the country’s vast homeland security efforts. Many states also strengthened their security resources, creating a demand for highly trained and educated homeland security professionals to help foster a safer society," states NDC.

About NDC:

Notre Dame College sits on 53 picturesque wooded acres, tucked away in a quiet suburban neighborhood just outside of Cleveland, Ohio – the only small liberal arts college in Greater Cleveland. We value the low student-faculty ratio that fosters a warm personal atmosphere and the individual attention that contributes to success.
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