Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Stephanie C. Hill wins Black Engineer of the Year Award
Stephanie Hill to receive Black Engineer of the Year Award at 2014 BEYA STEM Conference.
Stephanie C. Hill, President, Information Systems and Global Solutions-Civil Product Line, Lockheed Martin Corporation has been selected to win the Black Engineer of the Year award at the 2014 BEYA STEM Conference, which will take place February 6-8 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.
Stephanie C. Hill is a computer engineer whose technology exploits have contributed materially to the strategic power of U.S. military arms—at a time when America’s military reach was being strenuously contested.
Hill has been named the 2014 Black Engineer of the Year for her commitment to climbing the corporate mountain and exceeding all expectations. She has broken many barriers and accomplished goals that were unfathomable in her parents’ generation.
The 28th annual BEYA STEM Conference, hosted by US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine, the Council of Engineering Deans of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Lockheed Martin Corporation, continues to bring together students, college administrators, recruiters, engineering and IT professionals, scientists, and high-level decision-makers from the corporate, government, and military communities, in an effort to broaden diversity in this country's technical and scientific work forces.
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