Secretary - Angie Bukley
Dr. Angie Bukley is the Senior Project Manager for Biosciences and STEM in the Human Exploration and Space Flight Division, Civil Systems Group, The Aerospace Corporation, Houston, TX. She is also a member of the NASA Engineering Safety Center Systems Engineering Technical Discipline Team. With over 35 years of professional experience, Dr. Bukley’s career has spanned a broad range of defense and space systems research, analysis, design, and technical management. She holds a PhD from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, having completed her MS and BS degrees at Mississippi State University.
Dr. Bukley worked at the NASA Marshall Spaceflight Center from 1990-1997 as an aerospace engineer. She then worked with The Aerospace Corporation from 1998-2003 in Albuquerque, NM serving as a systems engineer in the Airborne Laser Program Office. In 2003 she joined the Ohio University Russ College of Engineering as the C. Paul Stocker Visiting Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science in Athens, OH and in 2005, assumed the role of associate dean for research & graduate studies for the College. Dr. Bukley then served from 2007-2009 as associate vice president and chief administrator of the University of Tennessee Space Institute, Tullahoma, TN. In 2009, she joined the International Space University (ISU) at their Central Campus in Strasbourg, France to serve as associate dean and Space Studies Program (SSP) director. In 2011, she was promoted to dean and vice president for academics and research. She re-joined The Aerospace Corporation in late 2014 as a member of the Civil Systems Group.
Dr. Bukley has nearly 100 technical publications to her credit, including four books, and has received nearly 30 awards for teaching and technical merit. She is a Member of the AIAA (Associate Fellow), American Astronautical Society, International Federation for Automatic Control, INCOSE, and several other professional societies. In addition, she serves on the boards of two universities, a non-profit, and a space start-up.