Title: Human Resources Advisor
Company: General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc.
Location: Glenn Dale, Maryland, United States
Stephanie Mitchell, Human Resources Advisor at General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in military innovation.
In 1990, Ms. Mitchell joined the United States Army Reserves as a medical laboratory technician and transferred to active duty in 1993 as a career counselor and network switching systems operator and maintainer. While deployed in Afghanistan, she developed an Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Improvement Program that helped soldiers increase their scores in all areas at a minimum of 10-15 points, which was implemented throughout the command. She retired from the military in 2014, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. After initially obtaining an Associate of Arts in business administration in 2010 and a Bachelor of Business Administration in human resource management and personnel administration in 2014 from Strayer University in Herndon, Virginia, Ms. Mitchell subsequently earned a Master of Business Administration in human resource management from the aforementioned university in 2018.
Since 2017, Ms. Mitchell has excelled as a contractor team lead, human resources management officer and since 2021 as human resources management contractor with General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc., a premier organization based in Falls Church, Virginia that assists civilian, defense, homeland security, and intelligence agencies take control of change and adapt to adversity. An avid supporter of the U.S. veterans community, Ms. Mitchell has been a member of the Women’s Army Corps Veterans’ Association-Army Women United (WACVA-AWU) of Northern Virginia Chapter #33 since 2004 and is registered at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial (WIMSA or Women’s Memorial). In addition, she was the 2018 Army Veteran representative for the Women’s Memorial Veteran’s Day Ceremony which celebrated the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day. As a career highlight, Ms. Mitchell cites designing programs in the Army that allowed soldiers to improve their aptitude scores or their qualifications. In the coming years, she hopes to increase her monetary donations to the University of Maryland for the scholarships of veterans. Ms. Mitchell also hopes to continue her work as the subcommittee chair of the Alumni Scholarship Program.
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