Jacquelyn Pearson is the Lead Electronics Engineer for the Air Force Lifecycle Management Center, High Frequency Global Communications Branch (AFLCMC/HBDHC) at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.
Ms. Pearson started her Air Force career in 1985 as an Electronics Engineer creating technical drawing packages for spare purchases on multiple aircraft and engine weapon systems. In 1991 she began supporting the B-1 Bomber Weapon System as an Avionics Engineer, performing various hardware and software modifications for the fleet. Her diverse career background also includes serving as a Technology Insertion Project Manager, an IT Portfolio Manager and her current position of leading engineers in support of high-frequency antennas and radios stations providing air to air and air to ground communications all around the world.
Ms. Pearson seeks to increase the STEM workforce in Oklahoma by working policies, processes and alliances to motivate students, educators, and private industry.
1982 Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management, University of Missouri-Rolla
1985 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, University of Dayton
Founding Board Member of Central Oklahoma STEM Alliance (COSTEMA)
STEM Advisory Board member for Francis Tuttle and MetroTech
Oklahoma Women in STEM Board member
Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development-Workforce Youth Council Member
STEM mentor to youth and adults at Oklahoma Career Techs, Oklahoma Engineering Foundation, MATHCOUNTS, BEST Robotics, FIRST Robotics, AFCEA Cyber Patriots, STARBASE-STEM Like A Girl event and Future City State Competitions