Last Updated: 01/30/2012*
Steve Austin, is a senior software engineer II with honors at Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems. Since joining Raytheon in 2001, he has served in a number of technical and leadership capacities including software engineer, security engineer, and deputy program manager. Currently, Austin is a team lead in the Information Security Engineering Group and supports a number of proposals. Austin holds numerous industry certifications, including Certified Information Security Profession, GIAC Security Essentials Certification, Cisco Certified Network Associate, Information Systems Security Engineering Professional, among others. He is also a certified program manager level 6 and a 2010 IIS Technical Honors recipient. In the community, Austin serves as an associate professor for Collin County Community College. He also supports local community clean-ups in his neighborhood and surrounding areas, regularly volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, and serves as a youth basketball coach for Plano Sports Authority. Austin received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Arkansas and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from Southern Methodist University.
Tatangla (Tangie) Coleman, is a principal systems engineer at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, where she is the technical lead for Mission Readiness and Logistics on the APG-79 program. Before joining Raytheon, Coleman worked as a senior research scientist in the field of Fiber Optics with Corning Incorporated and was a faculty member of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University as an Electronics and Computer Technology adjunct professor. Coleman is an active member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and is committed to performing community service through sorority, church and outreach community services. Coleman holds a Ph.D. and Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
Marcus Anthony Evans, is a senior electrical engineer at Raytheon Missile Systems. Evans works in the configurable digital logic design department and is currently working on datalink design for Naval Weapon Systems and Air and Missile Defense Systems product line. Previously, Evans supported several next-generation programs with his work in the Advanced Weapons and Unmanned Systems product line. In the community, Evans volunteers with various programs at his church that support the greater Tucson area. Evans graduated from University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
Desmond Rollins, is a senior electrical engineer at Raytheon Missile Systems. He joined Raytheon in 2008 as an electrical engineer in the Configurable Logic department. Currently, he is the firmware lead for the Multi-Chip-Module Configuration Management 2.0 program and leads the team in designing a system that involves embedded processing and high-speed design in multi-chip-modules. Before joining Raytheon, Rollins worked as an electrical engineer at Harris Corporation Government Communications Division. At Harris, he gained experience with secure wireless networks, embedded processing and high-speed network design. In the community, Rollins has served in the past as communications chairperson for the Tucson National Society of Black Engineers alumni extension, and volunteers regularly at his local church. Rollins is a recipient of a 2007 Technical Leadership Award from Harris. He graduated from Georgia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and he is currently working toward his Master of Business Administration at the University of Arizona.
Darryl Smith, is an electrical engineering manager at Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems, where he provides frontline leadership and mentoring to a staff of 18 engineers. Smith joined Raytheon in 1985 as an electrical engineer and has since provided engineering support in five different countries. Smith is a member of Omega Psi Fraternity and is highly engaged in the community where he acts as a mentor, youth sports coach and supports homeless shelters and food drives. Smith graduated from Norfolk State University with a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering and also holds an information technology certification in Security.
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