In honor of Women's History Month, The Patuxent Partnership, Leadership Southern Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of Women In Defense (WID) welcome Ms. Stephanie Hill, Vice President and General Manager, Lockheed Martin, on Thursday, March 30, 8:30 am at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center.
Since joining Lockheed Martin in 1987 as a software engineer, Ms. Hill has held positions of increasing responsibility including: Vice President & General Manager of Information Systems & Global Solutions Civil business; Vice President of Corporate Internal Audit; and Vice President & General Manager of the Electronic Systems Mission Systems & Sensors business. She currently leads the Cyber, Ships & Advanced Technologies in the Corporation’s Rotary and Mission Systems business.
Ms. Hill has been recognized for her career achievements and community outreach, especially in the advancement of STEM education. She was recognized as one of Computerworld's 2015 Premier 100 IT Leaders and one of Maryland’s 19th Annual International Leadership Awardees by the World Trade Center Institute. In 2014, Ms. Hill was named the U.S. Black Engineer of the Year by Career Communications Group and included on EBONY Magazine’s Power 100 list, recognizing the achievements of African-Americans in a variety of fields. In 2013, she received an AFCEA Heroines in Technology Award and earned the President’s Award from the Greater Baltimore Committee for support of minority business development. Deeply committed to the development of others, Ms. Hill mentors many students and Lockheed Martin professionals.
To register for this free program, please visit www.paxpartnership.org.
The Patuxent Partnership works with government, industry and academia on programs and initiatives designed to support workforce development in STEM, hosts programs of interest to the Navy and the broader community and supports research and technology development. Visit www.paxpartnership.org.
In its tenth year, Leadership Southern Maryland is a leadership program for Southern Maryland, dedicated to building a cadre of informed regional leaders, prepared to address common issues and bring long-term benefit to their neighbors and communities.
WID, a national security organization, is a proud affiliate of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). WID was established to provide women a formal environment for professional growth through networking, education and career development. For more information, please visit www.womenindefense.net.