Holly M. Cyrus
Holly M. Cyrus is currently a project manager for the Airport Safety Technology R & D Section, ANG-E261, at the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey. She performs research and development of Visual Guidance equipment and Pavement Marking Materials. She has been with the Federal Aviation Administration for 27 years. Her experience includes two years with the Environmental Engineering Branch, Depot Engineering, AAC-445C where she found replacements for obsolete parts for lighted navaids and engine generators. She worked for eleven years with the Navigation and Landing Branch, AOS-240, in Oklahoma City, OK performing modifications and field support of lighted navaids. Holly is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico U.S.A. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. She is a graduate of Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. She received a Master’s in Business Administration. She has been in Toastmasters for fourteen years and is a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). She has also been in IEEE for fourteen years and is an IEEE Southern New Jersey Employment and Career Activities Coordinator Region 2, ECS Chair, and past Women In Engineering (WIE) Committee Member at the International level.