CIO Symposium Contributor


Tina Srivastava, SDM ‘12

Symposium Roles

Sponsorship Team Member 2013
Speaker/Panel Team Member 2014


Tina Srivastava has held senior engineering leadership and technical management roles across the aerospace, national security, and commercial sectors. Tina holds a BS in Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering from MIT and a MS in System Design and Management jointly from the MIT School of Engineering and MIT Sloan School of Management. Tina was awarded the MIT Legacy Award for “making a sustained and outstanding contribution to the MIT community”. She has also been awarded the Industry Technical Innovation Award as Chief Engineer at Raytheon by the National WOC STEM Conference. In 2014, she was awarded the inaugural INCOSE David Wright Leadership Award. She has been published in the areas of aerospace systems, lean product and service platform strategies, design structure matrices, hybrid vehicle design, advanced thermal management, and radar systems.
Tina is this year’s co-chair of Speakers and Panels for the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. She also volunteers as a team mentor at the FIRST Robotics competition for middle and high school students. She also has been the invited Keynote Speaker at the annual Amelia Earhart events encouraging young women to pursue careers in engineering, science, and aviation. Tina is a certified pilot and flies a Cessna 172S.