Styne Hill

She/her/ hers

Council Chair

 

 

Wyllstyne D. Hill is the President of Styne Hill & Associates, LLC, specializing in business and information systems’ strategies and integration including providing services for project management, leadership advisor, program integration and design, tools/data integration, process, data and resource management.

Ms. Hill has more than 40 years’ experience in the defense industry, having held many technical and leadership positions within Manufacturing Operations, System Engineering, Member of the Technical Staff: Mathematics, Reliability Engineering, Productivity/Quality, Supply Chain Management, System Analysis and Design, Business Management and Information Technology.  Her leadership, technical skills and business experience leading large-scale programs and project management initiatives proved critical to the success of her role as the Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Raytheon Missile Systems and an outstanding career.

Styne is a strong, respected and passionate leader with a long history of service in the Tucson Community working with numerous non-profit organizations, committees and volunteer teams including UArizona President’s Black Community  Advisory Council, Arizona Technology Council: Governor’s Call to Action-AZ Health Information Technology, Tucson Urban League, UArizona  MIS Board of Advisors, Educational strategies and committees for TUSD, Community Foundation of Southern Arizona – Board of Trustees,  Tucson Chamber of Commerce and Volunteer Center Board and many others. 

Her recognitions include: Women of Color in Government and Defense, Technology awards for Managerial Leadership in Defense, National Black Engineer of the Year Award, UArizona “Women Who Lead” Award, UArizona 2005 Phenomenal Women, “Top Fifty Most Important Blacks in Technology” Award, multiple years, by The Career Communications Group (CCG), Career Achievement in Industry Award, Inducted into Black Engineer of the Year Awards’ (BEYA) Hall-Of-Fame for mentoring, career development work and leadership in STEM, Computerworld Premier Top 100 IT Leaders Honoree, Volunteer of the Year Award, Women On The Move Award, CIO Magazine IT Leadership Award.

Ms. Hill holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics with a minor in computer science from Tuskegee University.   She has completed executive graduate studies in business management through the UArizona's Karl Eller Graduate School of Management: Arizona Executive Program, Certifications: Business Leadership Program (University of Chicago, Business School); Executive Leadership Program (USC); Executive Leadership Development (Warton Business School); CIO Strategy Leadership; Cyber Security & Emerging Technologies.