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NASA will perform an independent review of the non-profit organization that runs the portion of the International Space Station designated a national laboratory while also calling for a “strategic pause” in that organization’s work. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:02-01-2014
     Last Modified:13-01-2014 (09:27)
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     Current job:Space Habitability & Design specialist
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Space Tourism
     Keywordsindustrial design, human factors, psychology, revenue analysis, passenger experience, interior architecture, public relations, spokesperson, Sales & Marketing, concept interiors
    CV

    I am seeking a professional position to design, develop, and promote commercial space habitat and vehicle interiors from aesthetic and functional perspectives.

    North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

    PhD, Human Factors & Experimental Psychology, Specialty: Visual perception related to spacecraft docking displays, 2008

    Master of Industrial Design, Space Habitability & Design specialty, 2004

    MS Psychology, Human Factors and Ergonomics, 2001

    Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, Industrial Design and Transportation design fundamentals coursework, with focus on space habitability

    Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

    BA Neuroscience, cum laude, specialty: Vestibular system/ motor control in weightless environments

    Class Valedictorian, E.C. Glass High School, Lynchburg, VA

     

    Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Sales and Marketing, 2012 – present

    Regional Director, Cabin Experience & Revenue Analysis

    • Boeing Commercial Airplane - Space Exploration Chief Liason CST-100 efforts including: NASA CCiCap, CCtCap proposal, sponsorships, branding, and commercial spacecraft interior development.
    • Project lead on the Boeing Sky Interior lighting design development and installation on CST-100 space capsule mockup
    • Quantify the value of aircraft interiors, and configuration according to passenger preference and revenue-generating potential for global sales campaigns.  
    • Commision and manage market research related to BCA future interior strategy.
    • Support aircraft sales campaigns in Russia, Europe.
    • BCA spokesperson for passenger and crew experience of new 777X airplane, and for public 787 Return to Flight Efforts (related video available upon request).

    Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Payloads Concept Center, 2007 – 2012

    Human Factors & Systems Engineer

    • Responsible for user testing, experimental research, industrial design including metal and wood prototyping related to the following: squat toilet lavatory for Indian market, passenger comfort, in-flight entertainment, pilot and crew fatigue, interior visual trade secrets, reduction of manufacturing touch time of aircraft interior components, crew communication, emergency medical diversion and first aid equipment, human visual perception and interior architectural preferences, lavatory use and operation, aging population, boarding and deplaning, galley space operations, design and development of non-Western interiors, lightweight seating.

    Lockheed Martin Space Operations/ NASA JSC Habitability Design Center, Houston, TX 2004 – 2005

    Human Factors & Systems Engineer

    • Developed next generation Crew Exploration Vehicle stowage solutions, tested on KC-135, Vomit Comet.
    • Co-authored habitable volume requirements for NASA Human Systems Integration Standards.

    NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA  1999 – 2003

    Human Factors & Industrial Designer

    • Developed space hotel interior for inflatable Transhab design (NASA designed-precursor of Bigelow Aerospace's inflatable BEAM module).
    • Recommended Mars precursor strategies in advance of long-duration manned missions.
    • Created graphical user interface for multi-modal flight planner.

    Self-employed, Raleigh, NC 2004-2006

    Human Factors & Industrial Designer

    • Redesigned gas pump hardware and interface, creating top selling product for Gilbarco-Veeder Root. The Encore interface reduces and garners rave reviews from customers.
    • Cell phone software, hardware design and evaluation.
    • Designed automotive accessories with broad consumer appeal.
    • Designed luggage accessories for mass consumption.

    Memberships/Special Training/Skills

    KC-135 flight training and flight hours

    Working knowledge of Photoshop/Illustrator, Rhino and 3D StudioMax

    Working proficiency in French

    Personal interests

    Competitive synchronized swimming, international travel, hiking and camping, Bambi Airstream and old home restoration, trend-spotting, product design, color and materials for interior design, jewelry design, multi-sensory perception, hiking, perfume

    List of publications, references and videos available upon request.


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