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Jessica Claire
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Summary

More than 20 years aerospace experience, specializing in international and domestic relationships, data analysis, and communication.

Skills
  • Project documentation
  • Efficient data management
  • Configuration management
  • Stakeholder management
  • Staff training and motivation
  • Working collaboratively
  • Decision-making
  • Team building
  • Leadership
  • Relationship building
Experience
02/2013 to Current
Mission Research and Integration Specialist, ISS Barrios Technology City, STATE,

Represents the Office of the International Space Station Chief Scientist and Research Integration Office by providing scientific analyses, developing communications products, performing statistical assessments, and planning and implementing international partner meetings for all International Space Station (ISS) utilization. Provides recommendations for long- and short- range ISS planning to NASA Headquarters (HQ), ISS Program Managers, congress, and international stakeholders, in alignment with the agency’s direction on Low Earth Orbit (LEO) activities. Coordinates with the International Partners to develop protocols for research collaboration and data collection for accomplishments reporting. Conducts strategic planning assessments for the Research Integration Office that enables ISS program management to evaluate proper use of critical, constrained resources to maximize the use of the ISS.

02/2005 to 02/2013
Space Station Program Science Office Specialist Jacobs Technology City, STATE,

Supports the Office of the International Space Station Chief Scientist by providing scientific analyses, developing communications products, performing statistical assessments, and planning and implementing international partner meetings for all ISS utilization. Supports the Research Integration Office by providing recommendations for long- and short- range ISS planning through assessments pertaining to the resources requested for science and the constraints for those resources. Participates in and coordinates agency outreach events designed to communicate agency messaging to the general public, technical audiences, government leaders, and the agency workforce. Space Shuttle Program Support: Screener for the Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS) and Laser Dynamic Range Imager (LDRI).

12/1999 to 02/2005
Image Analysis Technician, Orbital Debris Office Lockheed Martin City, STATE,

Provided analysis of telescope data to determine the statistics characteristics of the orbital debris environment in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and Geosynchronous Orbit (GEO). This data was used to model the risk to assets such as the International Space Station and Space Shuttle Orbiter. Special project: Columbia Disaster Image Analyzer.

Education and Training
Expected in 05/2007 to to
Bachelor of Science: Biology
University of Houston - Clear Lake - Houston, TX
GPA:
Accomplishments
  • Founding member of the ISS Chief Scientist’s Office, developed the team structure, mentored new employees and interns, and coordinated with scientific subject matter experts, freelance writers, and NASA civil servants to implement the ISS Chief Scientist’s vision for a highly effective science integration and communications office. Provided advice to management on requirements for manpower development and acquisition strategies.
  • Envisioned and developed the ISS Utilization Statistics Brochure that is now used at multiple levels of management including NASA Administrator, ISS Program Manager, ISS Chief Scientist, and NASA Chief Scientist.
  • Executive Secretary for the ISS Program Science Forum, the scientific board of the ISS Chief Scientists across the international partnership, overseeing a variety of complex ISS utilization products, providing status reports, and coordinating international meetings. Monitors and tracks the forum’s action items across the multiple international partner space agencies. Identifies areas of collaboration for the forum to consider in implementation planning.
  • Publication Production Lead for the ISS Benefits for Humanity, 3rd Edition, providing accountability and oversight for the coordination of the content and quality of the final product. This product has been used as an ISS communication tool about the effectiveness of ISS research activities.
  • Develops ISS sciences talking points, scientific highlights and presentations for the ISS Chief Scientist to use in programmatic flight reviews and public speaking engagements.
  • Produces the reports based on resource analysis that is used by ISS Program management to determine where the program needs to provide additional on-orbit and transportation resources.
  • Developed and maintained the first-ever ISS Program Science Toolbox, a critical repository for all the research and education investigations conducted on the ISS.
  • Tracks contractual obligations on a monthly basis through the Annual Work Plan (AWP) which is used to evaluate budget execution, monitoring, and reporting activities in direct relation to the expenditure of funds.
  • Evaluates changes in ISS and NASA agency policies for impacts to work plans, budgets, and personnel.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • University of Houston - Clear Lake

Job Titles Held:

  • Mission Research and Integration Specialist, ISS
  • Space Station Program Science Office Specialist
  • Image Analysis Technician, Orbital Debris Office

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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