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Northrop Grumman Women of Color in Technology Recognized for STEM Achievements

At the recent sixteenth annual Women of Color in Technology STEM Conference in Dallas, Tx., 47 Northrop Grumman Corporation employees were recognized for their achievements in the STEM fields. In a recent release, the company highlighted the achievements of several of its employees including:

  • Myra Gross, program manager, Naval and Marine systems, undersea systems for Northrop Grumman’s Electronic Systems sector in Linthicum, Md., who was honored with the Professional Achievement – Industry award.
  • Anjali Singh  senior advisory engineer in the Space and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Systems Division at Northrop Grumman’s Electronic Systems sector in Azusa, Calif., was honored with the Career Achievement – Industry award.
  • Yolanda Evans Mitchell lead program mission assurance engineer on Northrop Grumman’s Airport Surveillance Radar program (ASR-9) for the company’s Electronic Systems sector in Linthicum, Md., was recognized with the Community Service award.
  • Adrienne Williams, nuclear spares and repairs program manager for Northrop Grumman’s Electronic Systems in Baltimore, was honored with the Managerial Leadership – Industry award.
  • Qiong Jackson cost account manager and system performance team lead on the SBIRS program for Northrop Grumman’s Electronic Systems sector in Azusa, CA., was also honored with the Managerial Leadership – Industry award.

In addition, employees who received the Women of Color STEM Conference Technology All-Star Award include: Agnes Alvarez, Esther Chu Masaoka, Faterna Dossaji, Seanna Garrett, Stephanie Gordon, Cassandra Gordon, Suzanne Hemphill, Essie Horton, Anitha Kadaru, Michelle Kao, Mala Kataria, Jen-Jyh Liu, Sharon Meadows, Denise Mitchell, Roberta Radcliffe, Sheela Rao, Anastasia Reitz, Sharlay Robinson, Lakeisha Souter and Necole Mitchell.

Northrop Grumman employees honored with the conference’s Technology Rising Stars award were: Tiffany Amos, Veronica Artono, Deidre Connor, Sneha Desai, Valerie Anne DeVera, Tomeka Fisher, Leah Forde, Aiko Hayashida, Mechelle James, Navneet Kaur, Andrina Luczon, Monifa Miller, Simonetta O’Riordan-Adjah, Susan Park, Tonya Pillow, Kortney Pinkney, Naomi Ramos, Martina Scimeca, Monica Steward, Preetha Thomas, Diana Wu and ShuRhonda Bradley.

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