FAMU-FSU College of Engineering graduate Tameika Hollis is lead executive for Cyber and Intelligence Mission Solutions, a division within Northrop Grumman’s $10.7B Mission Systems sector.

Tameika is responsible for a portfolio of over 100 programs spanning federal, defense, and intelligence markets.

Since she joined Northrop Grumman in 2003, Tameika has held a number of management and leadership positions in engineering and program management.

Prior to joining Northrop Grumman, she served as an Electro-optical lead for Raytheon and a Control Systems lead for Boeing Satellite Systems.

Outside of work, Tameika continues contributing to others’ success by volunteering as a science fair judge, visiting schools to inspire students, and leading workshops at SWE and NSBE.

She also takes part in Northrop Grumman’s High School Involvement Partnership Program as a part of the Core Team, mentoring high school students and helping them pursue technical careers in college.

“As an alumna, I give back because it is the only college that provides you the sense of family in an HBCU while enabling access to top-notch research facilities and real-life technical challenges which emulate the work environment,”  Tameika said.

“Florida A&M provided me with the necessary technical and soft skills that provided a solid foundation for me to excel in my career and rise to be an Executive at a Top 500 Corporation.”

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