Tokiwa Smith is a chemical engineer and community advocate who provides opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math to K–12 students.
Captain Jason Fischbach is an engineer officer, ready to lead air, space, and cyberspace power in expeditionary war-fighting.
The automotive exec is the sixth woman to receive the Black Engineer of the Year Award, for major impact in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
The BEYA STEM Conference will present awards to some of the best and brightest scientists and engineers at the 32nd annual BEYA gala.
Timothy Bridges is the 2018 winner of the Black Engineer of the Year Career Achievement in Government Award.
Joseph B. Anderson Jr., chairman, and CEO, TAG Holdings will be honored at the BEYA Gala.
The Dow engineer’s work has had a direct impact on outreach programs in local communities and inspired others to become involved in activities promoting STEM.
As the Black Engineer of the Year nominee, Alicia Boler Davis is a global ambassador of goodwill for underrepresented minorities in science and technology.
A naval engineer, Latisha is active in promoting careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Amanda Nash, a promising young researcher, is set to take home the 2018 BEYA Student Leadership Award in February.