Mechanical Engineering alumna Kathryn Gaulke (B.S. ’92) has been promoted to Vice President of Millennium Engineering and Integration Company, which was founded by Aerospace Engineering alumnus Kerry Wisnosky (B.S. ’86). In a company statement, Millennium President and CEO Patrick Murphy outlined Kathryn’s success within the company, saying that she has “successfully led Millennium’s highly talented team of professionals at NASA Ames Research Center and demonstrated an unending commitment to serving the NASA customer and delivering documented excellence to them.”
Kathryn began her career with NASA as a Technical Manager and Project Engineer at the Goddard Space Flight Center. Since then, she has spent 25 years in continuing support of NASA as an individual contributor, project manager, and now program manager for spacecraft, spacecraft subsystems, instruments, payloads, and ground systems. As a vice president with Millennium, she currently manages an organization of over 200 people that are designing, building, testing, verifying, validating, and launching spaceflight instruments and payloads as well as developing new mission enabling technologies.
Kathryn also holds an M.S. in Organization Development from Pepperdine University.
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February 20, 2020