Danielle Dzung is the Engineering Director at Motorola Solutions Inc. (MSI). Dzung received her B.S. in mechanical engineering from Florida Atlantic University with a minor in computer science. Upon her graduation, she joined Motorola Solutions, where she has developed her expertise in the public safety communication product development and manufacturing areas.  

Throughout her career at Motorola, Danielle has led extensive collaborative efforts with the global engineering teams, focused on the development of mission critical products, serving the needs of first responders all over the world. She currently leads the electrical, software and the mechanical engineering teams for the company’s most exciting and challenging products.  Danielle holds four U.S. patents. In addition, she is the chair of Motorola’s Women Business Council in South Florida, which is passionately focused on empowering and connecting technical professionals within Motorola and, through outreach efforts, in the local community.  

For the past five years she has worked with FAU’s Women in Engineering and Computer Science organization to create and enhance a mentoring program that helps prepare students for life after graduation, build relationships, and add soft skills to help them succeed in their future careers.  Motorola Solutions itself hired several FAU students in the past years, including six alumni from the WIECS mentoring program.  Several Motorola summer interns and co-ops also came from the WIECS mentoring program.  

Danielle is also an Advisory Board Member of the FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science and Women in Engineering and Computer Science Executive Sponsor.  

“Working on the FAU WIECS mentoring program has been one of the most rewarding experiences for me. I had the opportunities to help prepare the WIECS students for life after graduation, build relationships, and add soft skills to help them succeed in their future endeavors. In addition, I had the pleasure to meet and work with several amazing individuals at FAU through the diversity and inclusion initiatives.”

Danielle T. Dzung, B.S.M.E. ’87