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Dr. Christine Hines

Mantech International

Vice President & Technology Focus Area Lead

Description

Dr. Christine Hines leads ManTech’s Artificial Intelligence, Analytics, and Automation (A3) technology focus area. In this role, she is responsible for shaping strategy and execution, and developing innovative and disruptive capabilities that leverage artificial intelligence, analytics, and automation to support government customers. Under her leadership, the ManTech A3 team supports customers in achieving their mission across the enterprise, in the cloud, and at the edge. ManTech relies on Dr. Hines’s expertise to advise on emerging trends in the A3 space, and to recommend investments that scale the company's capacity and ability to deliver solutions to customers. Dr. Hines also supports key customer engagements, consults on strategic capture efforts, advises on preliminary solution reviews and supports key strategic deals. She is an experienced technical leader for defense systems, commercial software, manufacturing, and automation management consulting. Dr. Hines brings more than 25 years of experience in the design and development of mission-critical artificial intelligence and data analytics applications. Previously, she served as a Technical Lead at Leidos, as a Senior Principal Engineer at Engility, as a Senior Technical Director in the Advanced Systems Group at HPTi, a Director of Technology at i2 Inc., as Chief Architect of Global Command and Control Systems-Army (GCCS-A), and Director of Data Science at Navstar. Throughout her career, Dr. Hines has been invited to speak at multiple IEEE and Department of Defense-sponsored conferences. Dr. Hines received her PhD in computer science from George Washington University, an MBA and an MS in Information Systems from the University of Maryland, and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.

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