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Dr. Lydia Thomas, the 2003 Black Engineer of the Year, was Thursday's guest on the BEYA STEM Webinar. As CEO of Noblis, Inc. from 1996 to 2007, Dr. Thomas led a dynamic nonprofit corporation with a charter to perform advanced research on engineering science and technology.
Thursday's BEYA STEM webinar featuring Stephanie C. Hill focused on mentoring in the workplace. Hill, vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin's Information Systems and Global Solutions Civil business, spoke about mentor roles and mentoring relationships that contribute to career growth. Jan 26, 2015 - 5:45:39 AM
The new BEYA STEM Veterans Transition Initiative aims to provide seamless transition from the military to jobs in industry, and will be presenting professional seminars at the upcoming BEYA STEM Conference February. Ward, who retired as commander of the United States Africa Command, is currently president of Sentel Corporation, a global information technology, intelligence, integrated logistics and engineering services company based in Virginia.
Retired aerospace and defense executive Linda Gooden, the 2006 Black Engineer of the Year, was a guest on Thursday's BEYA webinar. She spoke about leadership success and the business of technology with Tyrone Taborn, US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine publisher and founder of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) STEM Conference.
All roads lead to Washington D.C. next February, when the annual BEYA STEM Conference rolls out more than 40 professional seminars over three days. Two presenters were guests on Thursday's webinar to talk about their seminars with Career Communications Group Vice President for Recruitment and Training Eric Price. Dec 19, 2014 - 12:56:08 PM
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