Bernadette Hernandez-Sanchez and Vincent Urias of Sandia National Laboratories also received HENAAC honors.
Veronica Hernandez earned HENAACs Most Promising Engineer Award for her expertise in solving value performance and metrics challenges and her community involvement.
Jason Brooks earned HENAAC s Professional Achievement Award.
Patrick Sena and Abraham Ellis, both of Sandia National Laboratories, were also recognized at HENAAC 2015.
a Lockheed Martin Fellow with Information Systems and Global Solutions (IS&GS), was named the 2014 HENAAC
Scientist of the Year.
Acknowledged for Professional Achievement with his 2014 HENAAC Award designation, Cruz s dedication and reputation for fostering innovation has a strong impact on the business.
For twenty-four years, Great Minds in STEM has recognized the achievements of America s top engineers and scientists within the Hispanic community during the HENAAC Conference.