Northrop Grumman employees awarded at Black Engineer of the Year celebrations for exceptional achievements in STEM as 'Modern Day Technology Leaders'


Northrop Grumman STEM women: Modern Day Technology Leaders

Northrop Grumman STEM women: Modern Day Technology Leaders

 February 15, 2021

Talented female STEM leaders at Northrop Grumman are recipients of the Black Engineer of the Year awards (BEYA) in the Modern Day Technology Leaders category.

These awardees are the bright people shaping the future of engineering, science, and technology.

The Modern Day Technology Leader Award forms part of the BEYA STEM Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) Category. The OAAs are granted to individuals in the workforce.

Exception achievements in STEM

Recipients of the award were:

  • Armelle Franklin, Systems Engineer Manager
  • Tonyetta Gallagher, Manager Systems Engineer
  • Lori Hickman in Aeronautics Systems
  • Valeria Mansfield, Business Entreprise Program Manager
  • Janice Murray, Staff Quality Analyst

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When chosen for an award, the judging committee take into consideration the:

"Congratulations to our BEYA award recipients for exceptional achievements in STEM," tweeted Northrop Grumman in response to the exciting news.


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