A total of 15 women employees at Huntington Ingalls Industries have received recognition for their science, technology, engineering and math contributions.
HII said Monday it co-sponsored the 24th annual Women of Color STEM Conference, which honored the work of women in the STEM field. The event took place in Detroit from Oct. 3 to 5.
At the conference, eight employees with Technology All-Star awards for career achievements and seven with Technology Rising Star awards for technological innovation work.
The recipients come from all three HII divisions. Their names and positions are:
- Amy Harris, engineering manager, Newport News Shipbuilding
- Carol Hawkins, procurement analyst, Ingalls Shipbuilding
- Deanna Naylor, electrical engineer, Newport News Shipbuilding
- Jendry Perez, industrial engineer, Ingalls Shipbuilding
- Kendra Patterson, nuclear quality inspector, Newport News Shipbuilding
- Lisa Washington, project management, Ingalls Shipbuilding
- Lydia Monk, database administrator, Technical Solutions
- Ray Fancher, test operations engineer, Technical Solutions
- Renee Richardson-Steele, project manager, Technical Solutions
- Ruth Eurystthee, configuration analyst, Ingalls Shipbuilding
- Sarah Smith, production scheduler, Ingalls Shipbuilding
- Sokhan Todd, inspector, Ingalls Shipbuilding
- Stephanie Brown, program control manager, Newport News Shipbuilding
- Tabitha McGriff, mechanical engineer, Technical Solutions
- Tiffany Byers, project manager, Newport News Shipbuilding
In October 2018, 13 employees were honored at the 23rd Women of Color STEM Conference.