Honeywell Engineer Inducted into Space Camp Hall of Fame

Hall-of-fame_in-storyElizabeth Bierman, a Honeywell Aerospace Sr. Project Engineer in Minneapolis, was inducted into the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) Space Camp Hall of Fame in Huntsville, Ala., on July 25, for her lifelong passion and professional success in engineering and aerospace.

“It is very humbling to be inducted into the Hall of Fame,” said Bierman. “Space Camp was a huge deal for me as a child and I have no doubt the experience led me into an engineering career path.”

Bierman joined Honeywell in 2003 and currently leads project management for engineering programs across the Aerospace strategic business group. She is currently completing her term as President of the Society of Women Engineers. In 2014, she was recognized with the Women in Manufacturing STEP Award, which honors women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership within the manufacturing industry. Bierman also has been instrumental in developing and contributing to the Honeywell Aerospace Women’s Council.


The Space Camp Hall of Fame honors outstanding members of the Space Camp family, including graduates and former employees, who have distinguished themselves in their respective careers. It also recognizes those focused on furthering the goals of Space Camp programs.

Honeywell Hometown Solutions, the company’s corporate citizenship initiative, has a long history with the USSRC, first collaborating in 2004 to develop the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy and later creating the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy in 2010 to promote STEM education among teachers and students.