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NASA Women's History Month Profile - Dawn Davis

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Published on Mar 13, 2012

Dawn Davis is an electrical engineer at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center where she works in the Engineering and Test Directorate. During her years with NASA, she has worked on a wide range of rocket prolusion test projects as both the lead electrical design engineer and electrical operations engineer, including the 250K Hybrid Propulsion Demonstration Project, TRW 650K Pintle Engine Project, Integrated Powerhead Demonstrator (IPD) LOX and LH Turbopump Projects, RS84 Subscale and Battleship Pre-burner Projects, the and AJ26 Engine Test Project. She currently serves as the Lead for the Electrical Design Branch with design responsibility for the facility instrumentation, data acquisition and control systems and electrical test support systems.

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