DATA SCIENTIST and military veteran, Alfred Hull, speaks about his career at NIWC Atlantic, including why he pursued his career analyzing data to help the U.S. Navy
COMPUTER ENGINEER, Richard Gibson, speaks about his career at NIWC Atlantic, including information about what NIWC Atlantic does for the US Navy and what he does on a day-to-day basis.
COMPUTER SCIENTIST, James Myers II speaks about his career at NIWC Atlantic. James answers questions about what a typical work day looks like and why he enjoys his career and what motivated him to pursue a STEM career.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & CYBER SECURITY PROFESSIONAL, Dave Spangler, speaks about his second career at NIWC Atlantic. Dave is a retired fighter pilot who decided to pursue his second career protecting the warfighter using technology.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST and military veteran, Brian Mathis, speaks about his Career at NIWC Atlantic, including outlining the various tasks that his team does to fulfill their mission.
COMPUTER ENGINEER, Marquis Wideman, speaks about his career as a New Professional at NIWC Atlantic. Marquis is a recent college graduate and shares his experience on how to obtain a job, in his case, during a Pandemic! Marquis also gives advice on resume and personal skills that will help you to succeed.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Daniel Smith talks about his career at NIWC Atlantic in an entertaining and easy to understand video. Includes great Images and video snippets to help the viewer “see” what Daniel’s career is like.
Kelly Thompson is a Program Manager for the NIWC Atlantic STEM Team. Her STEM
includes financial analysis, reporting, and estimates, which she uses to make
that the program stays within budget. Other STEM functions include developing
graphics and functional webpages to conduct STEM tasking.
Kelly graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Studio Art from the College of Charleston and a Master of Arts in Computer Resources Information Management from Webster University.
Her favorite thing in the world are her three dogs: Race, Cody, and Elloree.
Jenifer Pinckney is an Electrical Engineer at NIWC Atlantic and a proud alumni
Clemson University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science. Jenifer was also a
member of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
Jenifer is an advocate of Girls in STEM, managing a FREE annual summer camp, called "Girls Day Out", that exposes young ladies to a variety of STEM Careers
In addition to rocking the STEM world professionally, Jenifer is the proud mother of 4 beautiful and strong children in her blended family. She loves to travel, and designs and produces an amazing line of high end crafts.