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Vice President, Engineering, Federal Manufacturing & Technologies, Honeywell
About Robin Stubenhofer
Robin Stubenhofer is Vice President of Engineering at Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies (FM&T), which manages and operates the Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus. With more than 4,500 employees in Kansas City and Albuquerque, the Kansas City National Security Campus provides diverse engineering, manufacturing and secure sourcing services for national security.
In this position, Stubenhofer is responsible for a variety of advanced technologies, including manufacturing and engineering support for mechanical and electrical products, laboratory support, telemetry, and test equipment. She also helps direct research and development efforts along with developing new products and processes and a variety of work for other government agencies.
Prior to this position, Stubenhofer served as Vice President, Operations and as Acting Director of the company’s New Mexico operations. Stubenhofer also led quality initiatives and self-assessments aimed at improving manufacturing quality and responsiveness to the customer. The groups interface with manufacturing, product engineering, product inspection, and the customers to ensure product quality. Stubenhofer has experience in managing large manufacturing projects, such as the safeguard transporter, with closely controlled budgets and schedules. She has managed multiple functions in Program Management, Engineering, Manufacturing, and Quality.
Stubenhofer has been awarded the 2019 UMKC STEM Outreach Partner Award, the 2014 Women Who Mean Business Award and the Central Exchange’s Groundbreaker Award for her significant contributions to the STEM community. She is an active supporter for the Boy Scouts of America and FIRST Robotics and serves on the KC STEM Alliance, which is a network of educators, business affiliates and organizations that inspires interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math careers. She also serves on various University Engineering Boards.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of New Mexico and an MBA from Avila College. Stubenhofer is also a member of the Central Exchange Board and is Six Sigma Black Belt certified.