Nicolette Yovanof is the manager of the Advanced Structural Analysis & Tools group in Boeing Research & Technology, Structures Technology. She began working with The Boeing Company in 2002 as a summer intern in Seattle, WA for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, 737 Post Production Group. She then transferred to Phantom Works in Huntington Beach, CA in 2003 for a second summer internship in Durability and Damage Tolerance. Nicolette joined the company full time in 2004 with the Phantom Works (now BR&T), Advanced Structural Analysis and Tools group. During her time at Boeing, she has supported many programs including the Blended-Wing Body, 787 Integration, C-17, Orion TPS, Hypersonic Analysis, and additional R&D projects. Nicolette received a Bachelor of Science degree in aerospace engineering, with a minor in engineering mechanics, from The Pennsylvania State University in 2004. She also received a Master of Science degree in systems architecture and engineering from the University of Southern California in 2007. Outside of her work activities, Nicolette is currently the National Council advisor for the Phi Sigma Rho National Sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology after serving as President and Vice President of Programming. She also works as a volunteer for the Society of Women Engineers in Orange County as a co-coordinator of the Girl Scouts outreach. Her hobbies include swimming, travel, and yoga and she is currently in pursuit of a private pilot's license.
B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 2004
M.S. Systems Architecture & Engineering, University of Southern California, 2007
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