Enanga Daisy Fale is a Systems Engineering Manager with Northrop Grumman, where she provides technical leadership and management of a systems engineering organization, systems integration capabilities, and a system virtualization lab for multiple product lines and platforms. Through her role, Enanga has been instrumental in driving Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) adoption and alignment to Digital Twin strategies, while launching the formal stand-up of the System Integration function to drive standardization and risk reduction across the business unit. Additionally, Enanga has launched new virtual/augmented utilization approaches resulting in business acquisition, applied system effectiveness analysis, analytic applications, and product conceptualization. She holds previous program management, engineering and technical leadership experiences across global teams with fortune 100 companies including Collins Aerospace (Raytheon Technologies) and Laird Technologies. There she extensively focused on the systems architecture and software design across multiple aircraft and avionic platforms with Collins Aerospace, while she focused on biomedical, aerospace, and industrial applications using the Internet of Things (IOT) and new tech insertions with Laird Technologies. She also extends her technical and leadership expertise as a college instructor for electrical and computer engineering technology programs and through appointments on engineering educational review boards.
In addition to her technical commitment, Enanga leads engineering community service activities focused on technical development, research, and aerospace industry advocacy to drive collaborative industry programs and job opportunities through the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). She currently serves as the Aerospace Special Interest Group (SIG) Director with NSBE, a Regional Deputy Director of Membership with AIAA, and SWE Africa Task Force Roadmap Facilitator for society globalization efforts.
She holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from St. Cloud State University with a concentration on Aviation Operations and Avionics and a Masters in Systems Engineering with a Certificate in Human-Computer Interaction from Iowa State University. She has been recognized for her work and achievements from St. Cloud State University through the 2018 Alumni Service Award; from NSBE through the 2018 Professional Leader Award, 2017 Technical Excellence Ambassador Award, and 2016 NSBE Space SIG Leadership Team Facilitator Award; from SWE through the 2014 Governor’s Choice Award and SWE Chicago Regional Professional Development Award; from college institutions for Instructor Performance; and from employer recognition programs for Customer Focus, Performance, and Leadership.