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2011 BEYA Ceremony Honors NAVFAC Engineers
March 8, 2011

According to information made available from Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), three Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) engineers were honored as Modern Day Technology Leaders during the 2011 Black Engineer of the Year (BEYA) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Global Competitiveness Conference.

U.S. Navy photo.
Pictured with NAVFAC Commander and Chief of Civil Engineers, Rear Adm. Christopher Mossey (second from left), are: Donielle Alexander-Blake (far left), an electrical engineer from NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, Cmdr. Michael Lewis (second from right), NAVFAC Washington’s Public Works Officer, and Rodlin Dorvil (far right), a design manager from NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic. Commitment to BEYA represents the Navy’s campaign to develop future engineers and scientists, and retain top-performing Sailors and civilians whose diverse backgrounds, experiences and skills are necessary to meet today’s challenges. Today, there are nearly 89,000 African-Americans serving in the Navy, including 19 active and reserve flag officers, 105 command master chiefs, and 16 members of the senior executive service.

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