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Session 5

Session 5


4pm PT

Donya Douglas-Bradshaw has twenty-nine years of experience at NASA Goddard, Wallops, and Headquarters as a thermal systems engineer, technologist, product development lead, thermal analyst, experiment manager, principal and co-investigator for technology developments, instrument systems engineer, line manager, Instrument Project Manager, and Deputy Project Manager. She has experience across the entire project lifecycle from concept development to decommissioning and on in-house and out-of-house projects. She was previously the Project Manager of the Lucy Mission. Prior to Lucy, she was the Project Manager for the ICESat-2 ATLAS instrument, ATLAS, which is the largest and most technologically advanced instrument built in-house at Goddard, successfully launched aboard ICESat-2 on September 15, 2018.

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