Danielle Oliver is a Systems Engineer at Raytheon Missiles and Defense (RMD). She works as part of the Digital Transformation (DTx) Nexus team which focuses on the sharing of data between different domain tools via the Digital Thread. In this role she uses her experience to develop representative ontologies of missile systems which are used by the Digital Thread. She additionally aids in the deployment of the Nexus digital ecosystem to RMD Programs. She was a former team member of the Multidisciplinary, Design, Analysis, and Optimization (MDAO) team as part of the DTx Modeling Simulation and Analysis efforts which focuses on developing disciplinary models to quickly perform effectiveness-based design studies for missiles. She was responsible for developing the mass properties model for the MDAO team. Prior to RMD, Danielle worked for BMPI, a Naval contracting company, as a Vibration Analyst to evaluate and resolve noise concerns for reactor loop equipment on submarines. She holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Miami University of Ohio where she investigated the power required by aircraft actuators to achieve flutter boundary extension using receptance based control.