Katie Carr Kopsco is a native of Louisiana. She received her bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering with a minor in aviation from Louisiana Tech University in 2003 and her master of science degree in environmental engineering from the University of New Orleans in 2010. Carr Kopsco was hired by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in 2006 to assist in the fabrication of the external fuel tank and close out of the Space Shuttle Program at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, La. Following the conclusion of the Space Shuttle Program, she joined the NASA team at Stennis Space Center in Mississippi where she has continued her government service to date. Carr Kopsco is currently involved in the refurbishment efforts on the B-2 Test Stand that will be used to test the core stage of NASA’s Space Launch System.
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