The Society of Women Engineers has honored four employees of Northrop Grumman at the organization’s annual conference last weekend.
The Fellow Grade Member award was given to Linda Reed and Wendy Schauer Landwehr, recognizing their contributions to the advancement of women in engineering. In addition, the Work-Life Balance Award was given to Debbie Edwards Veihdeffer, while Helen M. Phillips won the Emerging Leader in Construction and Manufacturing.
Reed, a senior engineer and master program planner in El Segundo, Calif., also was awarded the Loring Nicholson Award, which has been presented only seven times in the history of the Los Angeles section.
Landwehr is an award-winning software engineer for electronic systems in Rolling Meadows, Ill.; Veihdeffer serves as director of work-life integration for electronic systems sector in Baltimore, Md.; Phillips is enterprise product team leader for electronic systems sector in Baltimore, Md.