Scott B. Wilson
Manager of Production Operations for the Orion Program
and Offline Processing and Infrastructure Development
Ground Systems Development and Operations Program
Scott B. Wilson serves in a cross-program role as manager of production operations for the Orion Program and of offline processing and infrastructure development for the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Wilson has over 20 years experience with NASA in support of the Space Shuttle, Orbital Space Plane, Orion, and Ground Systems Development and Operations Programs. He began his career at Kennedy in 1991, performing shuttle processing for the shuttle's data processing and main engine avionics systems. Later, he joined the Space Shuttle Upgrades Project where he managed the development and test of several flight systems in the areas of advanced avionics, health management, and wireless sensing.
Wilson was detailed to NASA Headquarters in late 2004 where he served as part of the team tasked to develop the top-level requirements for what would become the Constellation Program. Upon his return to Kennedy, he led efforts to develop systems requirements for Constellation's ground system. In 2007, Wilson transferred to the Johnson Space Center where he was manager of production operations for NASA's Orion Program, overseeing the manufacturing and production of the Crew Exploration Vehicle.
Wilson graduated from Frankfort Schuyler High School, Frankfort, N.Y., in 1984, and earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fla., in 1991. He received a Master of Science in engineering management from the University of Central Florida in 1995.
Born July 30, 1966, in Herkimer, N.Y., Wilson currently resides in Cocoa, Fla., with his wife Jennifer and his two children.
March 2012Biographies - Current Employees