LOCKHEED MARTIN SELECTS MEDFORD RESIDENT FOR FELLOWS PROGRAM
MOORESTOWN, NJ, 28-NOV-05 -- Medford resident Daniel Cocks was selected as a Lockheed Martin Fellow, recognizing his leadership in technical engineering disciplines. The title of Lockheed Martin Fellow is limited to one percent of the corporation’s technical employee population.
Cocks is currently a principal member of the engineering staff within the Enterprise Architecture Group at Lockheed Martin’s business in Moorestown. He has demonstrated superb technical achievement during his 17 years with Lockheed-Martin including participation in several Independent Technical Reviews and the International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE). Cocks has published multiple internal and external technical publications. He is currently working with INCOSE to define the System Modeling Language and AP-233 Engineering Tool Data Exchange industry standards as well as the Federal Enterprise Architecture Certification Institute.
The Fellows program “is more than just a title,” said Russ Frew, vice president of programs and technology and chair of the Fellows Selection Committee. It recognizes those few who have become the “go to” subject matter experts in technical areas critical to the corporation’s success, as well as to the mission objectives of our customers. “These select few represent the legacy of our company's past, present and future.”
Cocks holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering from Auburn University. He and his wife, Katherine, have two sons, ages 17 and 15.