Women's History Month - Norma Edwards
Norma Edwards is a Professionally Licensed Engineer, in the state of Texas employed with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. She has over 30 years experience in Project and Program Management. Her projects and customers have included, the Air Force Civil Engineering Center, the U.S. Border Patrol, Department of Homeland Security, Program Manager for the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Forensic Laboratory and Southwest Border Intelligence Programs, Air Force and Army installations throughout Texas, New Mexico, and Louisiana. She currently serves as an Account Manager for four Army and Air Force installations.
She is an advocate and serves as a mentor for other young Hispanic women entering the field of engineering. Norma continues to participate in mentoring programs and currently participates in STEM events for a predominately Hispanic schools in Texas and hopes to serve as an inspiration.
A physical health enthusiast, she enjoys running, hiking, yoga, and weight training. She holds a bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas in El Paso, an MBA from the University of Dallas, and is an accredited Project Management Professional. She resides in the Dallas Fort Worth area with her husband.
Ms. Edwards’ awards and recognitions include: 2011 Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Award; 2010 Meritorious Civilian Service Award; 2007 Superior Civilian Service Award.