In just 13 years, Tamara Crawford amassed an extraordinary record with Lockheed Martin. Previously she was lead systems engineer on the F-22 Raptor, the world’s only fifth-generation fighter. When she received a Special Recognition Award at the HBCU Engineering Deans Breakfast during the BEYA STEM Conference, she was responsible for product performance of the C-130, C-5, … Continue reading “Why TAME is proud of Board Member Tamara Crawford”
Since Pamela McCauley won the 1989 Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) in the Student Leadership category she has set a high standard of excellence. After completing her industrial engineering doctorate with the aid of National Science Foundation fellowship, she became the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in the state of … Continue reading “BEYA’s storied Student Leadership Award”
A Case Study in Retention was first published in USBE magazine’s spring 2006 issue. At the time, the writer William D. Albright was Director of Quality of Work Life & Benefits for the MITRE Corporation.