FREDERICK, Md.—A senior executive with one of the country's largest federal contractors will be this year's featured speaker for Hood College's management lecture series.
Stephanie C. Hill, vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions civil business, will give a talk entitled Leading with Integrity and Authenticity March 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the College's Hodson Auditorium in Rosenstock Hall.
The Baltimore native joined Lockheed Martin in 1987 as a software engineer and was promoted to positions of increasing responsibility. She leads teams of more than 9,500 employees across the country who provide a wide array of information technology systems and services for civilian federal agencies and regulated commercial industries.
Hill has been recognized for her career achievements and commitment to the community, especially in the advancement of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education. She was named the 2014 Black Engineer of the Year by the Career Communications Group and received an Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 2013 Heroines in Technology Award. She also was honored with the 2013 President’s Award from the Greater Baltimore Committee’s for support of minority business development. In 2012, the Women of Color STEM
conference recognized her for career achievement in the industry, and UMBC named her as Outstanding Alumna of the Year in Engineering & Information Technology. In addition, she mentors students and served on the Maryland governor's STEM Task Force in 2009.
She is a member of the Greater Baltimore Committee; the University of Maryland, Baltimore County's Board of Visitors; and the Maryland Business Roundtable.
The lecture series, dedicated to sustainable leadership, was created to bring notable leaders to campus to share their success stories. Last year's inaugural guest was Jessica Jackley, co-founder and former chief marketing officer of KIVA Microfunds, the world first peer-to-peer microlending website.
For more information about the lecture or the series, contact Jerry Van Winter, assistant professor of management, at firstname.lastname@example.org.