Rebecca Sprague is the copy editor for the Information Management and Communication Support at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. She serves as the primary editor of Kennedy Public Affairs materials released worldwide, including Spaceport News. She also conducts research and analysis of NASA Web site traffic and supports quality control on the Web site during launch, landing and other special events.
Before joining the Kennedy news team, Sprague wrote for the highest rated morning news program in the nation, "Eyewitness News Daybreak" on Channel Nine Eyewitness News in Orlando, Fla. She also served as a student reporter for "UCF Metro" on WMFE, a show that links the University of Central Florida to its community – including the Space Coast.
Sprague holds a Bachelor of Arts in Radio/Television from the University of Central Florida and is taking steps to obtain a Master of Arts in mass communication.
Sprague grew up in Titusville, Fla., and watched the Space Shuttle Program become an American icon. Today, she enjoys traveling, relaxing at the beach and cheering on her alma mater football team, the UCF Knights.