Regina Griego has been elected a fellow of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Regina was the technical director for INCOSE in 2009-2010 and founding president of the INCOSE Enchantment Chapter. She is also an Industry Fellow for Stevens Institute.
INCOSE President Samantha Brown of BAE Systems informed Regina of her election in a letter that stated, in part, “You join a distinguished group of, now, 62 individuals whose contributions to the art and practice of systems engineering are recognized and respected worldwide. By providing intellectual leadership to the discipline as a whole and enhancing the INCOSE organization through your support to the board of directors and other leaders, INCOSE fellows have the ability and opportunity to contribute significantly to the INCOSE mission to ‘Share, promote, and advance the best of systems engineering from across the globe for the benefit of humanity and the planet.’”
Regina’s appointment, effective immediately, will be formalized at INCOSE’s International Symposium in Denver in June.
In her current NNSA assignment, Regina is working in NNSA’s Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Division as a senior systems engineer and functions as a systems and enterprise engineering adviser.
At Sandia, Regina has provided early lifecycle systems and enterprise engineering support on a number of strategic projects and led multiple systems engineering capability efforts. She began her career at Sandia designing and implementing telemetry systems.
Before joining the Labs, Regina was the deputy director of Advanced Technology Inc., developing computer-based systems in the area of flight safety. Regina earned a doctorate in computer engineering from New Mexico State University, a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Colorado, a master’s in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Arizona, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from New Mexico State University.