Ms. Jeannette Evans-Morgis, SES
Ms. Evans-Morgis was appointed to the Senior Executive Service on 29 November 2015 and is the Chief Engineer at Marine Corps Systems Command. In this position, she serves as the senior functional technical authority for all USMC ground and information technology systems. She directs and controls enterprise-level systems engineering across command product lines and product lifecycles to ensure MCSC provides end-to-end integrated, interoperable and certified warfighting capabilities. Previously Ms. Evans-Morgis was the Assistant Program Executive Officer–Engineering for Program Executive Officer Land Systems, providing technical management for a portfolio of 45 command and control, and tactical vehicle programs. From 2010-2013, Ms. Evans-Morgis was the Assistant Program Manager–Engineering for Program Management Office, Marine Air-Ground Task Force Command, Control and Communications at MCSC. She also held positions as Lead Systems Engineer for the Marine Corps Enterprise Information Technology Services and Lead Systems Engineer for the Information Systems and Infrastructure Strategic Business Team. Prior to reporting to MCSC, Ms. Evans-Morgis served as the Guided Missile Submarine Attack Weapon Control System Senior Systems Engineer on the Naval Sea Systems Command Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division K71 team. She taught high school mathematics and science from 1993-1999. Ms. Evans-Morgis is a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps and is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act Level III certified in Program Management and Advanced Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from George Washington University and her Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University. She has more than 25 years of civilian service and has received numerous awards, including the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award.