IEEE-HKN is composed of members at different stages of their careers from all over the world! We are Chapter leaders, advisors, alumni, Eminent Members, young professionals, Board members and students. Meet some of our members below or visit IEEE tv or our YouTube channel!

Want to submit your profile? Submit a graduate research profile here, fill out the alumni reconnect form or email your interest to HKN Headquarters.

Christopher Sanderson

Region 5-6 Governor

Meet Christopher

Liana Nicklaus

Applications Engineer at Arm

Meet Liana

Luz-Maria Sanchez Reyes

Ph.D. Student at the Autonomous University of Queretaro

Meet Luz

Steve Wozniak

HKN Eminent Member and
Co-Founder of Apple

Meet Steve

Jennifer Marley

Faculty Advisor and Region 3-4 Governor

Meet Jennifer

Jaimie Davis

Founder, Mu Omega Chapter at Florida Polytechnic University

Meet Jaimie

Rafi Koutoby

Distribution Engineer, Southern California Edison

Meet Rafi

Robert Metcalfe

HKN Eeminent Member and Inventor of the Ethernet

Meet Bob

Henry Samueli

HKN Eminent Member and
Co-Founder of Broadcom

Meet Henry

James Hunter

Ph.D. Student at Missouri Science and Technology

Meet James

Hulya Kirkici

Governor At-Large

Meet Hulya

Lorena Garcia

Region 7-10 Governor

Meet Lorena

Alejandro Macho Aroca

Nu Alpha President

Meet Alejandro

Sampath Veeraraghavan

2022 IEEE-HKN President Elect

Meet Sampath

Olivia Hsu

2020 Outstanding Student Award Winner

Meet Olivia

Marty Cooper

HKN Eminent Member and Inventor of the Mobile Phone

Meet Marty

“Meeting, or virtually meeting, so many folks who are not just successful engineers but who also make the time to mentor and help the next batch was a nice reminder of why I wanted to go this way. I believe engineers help shape the future and that is something I want to be a part of.”

- Jean Dunbar2021 Student Leadership Conference attendee and candidate for induction

“As a student, one of the things that I really appreciated about my HKN membership is that it really served as a safe space for me to practice a lot of skills.”

- Amy JonesSupervisor, Construction and Forestry Division, John Deere

“By joining with others with shared ideals, one hones professional skills and contributes to the larger community. My favorite part of the induction ritual draws the analogy from the Wheatstone bridge which promotes ‘a balanced life,’ a life in which Scholarship, Character, and Attitude are jointly developed.”

- Steve Watkins2018 IEEE-HKN President and Faculty Advisor for the Gamma Theta Chapter