Clayton Turner currently serves as the Chief Engineer for Langley Research Center.
He began his career with NASA in 1990 as a design engineer at Langley Research Center working on the Lidar In-Space Technology Experiment project, where he spearheaded development of the laser aligning, bore-sight limit system. Over the next 18 years, Mr. Turner served in various roles with progressively increasing responsibility including Assistant Branch Head, Branch Head, Directorate Chief Engineer, Acting Deputy Director, and Center Chief Engineer.
Prior to joining NASA, Mr. Turner was the Chief Engineer at Dynamic Recording Studio in Rochester New York where he was responsible for technical and artistic recording of audio and video content spanning multiple musical and instructional styles.
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