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ATLANTIC CITY — The Southern New Jersey Professional Societies honored Angela Harris-Moore in her category for Outstanding Technical Leadership at their 25th Engineer of the Year Awards banquet.
SNJPS is a coalition of international and national professional organizations including the National Society of Black Engineers, the International Council on Systems Engineering, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Independent Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA), and IEEE Women in Engineering.
“I am deeply humbled to be named Engineer of the Year, Outstanding Technical Leadership, by the Southern New Jersey Professional Societies,” Harris-Moore said. “There is no greater honor than to be recognized by one’s peers and the esteemed sentinels of the profession.
“I thank my creator, ancestors, parents, family, mentors and teachers, friends, the #SNJPS, LS Technologies, former employers, colleagues, and my fellow nominees. I devote this award to my children Alex and Jacqui as inspiration, for they are my best work.”
Harris-Moore’s achievements that garnered recognition featured a post-pandemic set of initiatives that enhanced innovation and strategic thrusts for Verification and Validation (V&V) disciplines in the FAA and to augment engineering and quality practices in the Test and Evaluation (T&E) arenas.
Improvements aid the William J. Hughes Technical Center to continuously deliver world-class test services that lead to modernization of the National Air Transportation System serving the flying public.
Harris-Moore is a process quality engineer with a 30 year-career supporting the Federal Aviation Administration. Starting as a technical editor, she rose in ranks through training in Digital Systems Acq./Dev.; quality standards (TQM, ISO, CMM); and disciplines such as Systems Engineering, Cybersecurity, and Safety.
She holds certifications from Villanova University, including an international Lean/Six Sigma Master Black Belt) and is a USDA Government Auditing Professional, and a Configuration Management Professional.
Harris-Moore’s current work includes lifecycle analysis and reengineering of processes and policies affecting the National Airspace System. She supports the Verification and Validation (V&V) Strategies and Practices Branch’s mission to strategically promote and implement robust V&V and Test and Evaluation (T&E) practices that protect engineering integrity and agency investments.
She trained artificial intelligence on genre recognition as an analyst for the Music Genome Project — the technology that enables today’s music streaming. A native of South Jersey, she is a proud Duke University alumna who volunteers as an admissions interviewer.
This year, she volunteers as the Lead Teen Advisor for the Atlantic City NJ Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
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