Sonja Streuber is a lecturer in Computing and Information Sciences at Valparaiso University. She teaches a range of graduate-level courses on campus and online, including Health Informatics, Quality Healthcare Management, Data Mining, Cybersecurity, and Six Sigma. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Six Sigma Black Belt (SSBB), she earned her Master of Science in Systems Engineering from George Washington University, her Master of Arts in English from the University of California, Davis, and her undergraduate degrees in English and Music from Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. Her extensive professional experience includes roles in project and program management, risk analysis and network engineering for telecommunication, defense/aerospace, energy, healthcare, and banking firms. She began her corporate career with Agilent Technologies (formerly Objective Systems Integrators), training customers globally to build advanced network fault and configuration management systems. She has managed multidisciplinary teams on multimillion-dollar projects in the public and private sectors, and her work has been recognized with numerous professional honors, including Lockheed Martin’s 2006 International Best Practice award. In addition to her more than 20 years as a college lecturer, she has conducted corporate training for global firms. Her published work encompasses topics ranging from Big Data and cybersecurity to poetry, and she has been a sought-after guest lecturer and conference presenter. Her professional affiliations include the Project Management Institute, the American Society of Quality, the International Council on Systems Engineering, the American Health Information Management Association, and the Association for Computing Machinery.