You can't hide the fact your children were taken. And you can't hide the shame and devastation when something as horrible as this happens. It is a story of heartbreak but also of hope. From the first edition; and now this second, the series is born as parents are charged with facing the past, their now and what could be the loss of generations of the future. Bringing together generations...your parents, your parents- parents, brothers, sisters and in-laws alike and address the wrongs and possibilities of your children's experiences, life's jour-ney and now ... their children and next generations of hope.
Rachael (pronounced ra'kel) Robertson started the Cognitive Institute of Dallas, 501c3, INC. in 1999 as an effort to end recidivism and homeless. After 15 years, her continued work as led her to become a subject matter expert and consultant for families. In 2017, she began work with the Green Party of Texas and appeared as an Austin Texas testify-er on the Senate and House floor to impact the Department of Family Protective Services (DFPS) and bureaucracy. In recent past she has met with Senators, advocates for families and received a letter from Texas Governor's office regarding families and DFPS legislation for change.
As a continued professional, Dr. Robertson is Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Charles Edda and C Bouley since 2014. Her components of advisory include information technology resources and investments; provide advice on internal cyber security and performance activities, project management analysis and human performance measures, and coordination of capacity management and compliance with regulatory IT requirements (and provide acquisition of coordination services). She graduated as a student from the Toulouse Graduate School at the University of North Texas within the College of Information with a doctorate in Technologies and Performance Improvement. Her college work included performance management, training in regulatory best practices for human performance, and research methodologies to include analysis structures, research evaluation and assessment and historical recall and long-term research. Her focus of study and dissertation management included study within Veterans Administration and Hospital analysis and Performance Improvement. Dissertation performance and results workshops included systems, hospital management, system support, customer evaluation and feedback, systems tunneling and computer generated support and analysis. She received, from Texas Christian University, awards in leadership and strategic management in 2010 and 2011. Her research career included scholarships from the College Negro Fund.
As a Post-Bachelorette Achievement Award from Ronald E McNair Scholar Program, Dr Robertson has focused on strategic communications in learning the theories and methods of professional cyber-attacks and crimes that reach global victims. Her future work will comprise of regulatory management and legal prosecution of cyber threats, premeditations and forensics evidence.
Dr. Robertson's, Masters of Arts in Strategic Communication helps recommend policy regarding security programs and implement new technologies, techniques and procedures. Prior to these acclaimed approaches and skills Dr. Robertson received scholar and awards from the American Society for Training and Development and American Society for Quality acumen training (Including longitudinal investigation and analysis, statistical decoding, data reconfiguration and statistics, observational research methods, cyber security threats, asset and breaches, disaster/risk management planning and response, professional hacking, and system monitoring and update).
Moreover, she has completed certifications from ASQ, project management and operation, cyber security training, (former) 2nd level clearance, and other compliances in well-received and highly acclaimed Institutes in Fort Worth, Houston and Denton, Texas. Dr. Robertson is known as a a Chief Information Security Officer. as one whom implements Cybersecurity National Action Plans (CNAP) and National Institute for Justice (NIJ) training. Nationally, she complies with a variety of security programs including High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that takes a sequence of short-term and long-term processes to improve cybersecurity postures within individual and special level securities, business organizations, the Federal Government and across the country and globally.