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Radiation Effects; Spacecraft Charging Effects
  • Bachelor of Science, Nuclear Engineering
    2008, University of Tennessee
  • Master of Science, Nuclear Engineering
    2009, University of Tennessee
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Nuclear Engineering
    2012, University of Tennessee

Experienced Radiation Effects Engineer with a formal education in Nuclear Engineering and 5+ years at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Labratory. Specializing in radiation transport modeling and spacecraft charging effects.

Notable Awards and Leadership

Year(s) Description
2015 Robert H. Goddard Award for Exceptional Achievement in Science presented to the LRO Science Mission Team
2012 First African American Female Ph.D. Graduate from the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2008 Chancellor’s Citation for Extraordinary Professional Promise in Research from the University of Tennessee
2020 Keynote Speaker at University of Tennessee’s Virtual Spring Nuclear Engineering Department Undergraduate Graduation
2012 Keynote Speaker at University of Tennessee’s Fall Graduate Hooding
2013 Keynote Speaker at Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at Oak Ridge National Lab
2013 Invited presentation and participation in Rising Stars in Nuclear Science and Engineering Symposium at Massachusetts Institute of Technology