Ms. Schaible began her career with NASA at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in 1987, where she served as a Space Shuttle Orbiter Environmental Control and Life Support Systems (ECLSS) Engineer. In this role, she led the ECLSS ground processing activities for the Orbiter Endeavour. In 1996, Ms. Schaible joined the International Space Station (ISS) Hardware Integration Office, where she served as the Lead Test Engineer for the "Unity" Node and U.S. Laboratory "Destiny" modules. In 2000, Ms. Schaible was selected to serve as Chief, Integration Branch for the ISS/Payload Processing Directorate. In this capacity, she was responsible for managing the launch site ground processing mission-integration activities for all Space Shuttle launched payloads and US Space Station Elements. Ms. Schaible is currently the Manager of the Systems Engineering Office for the NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC) at the Langley Research Center.
Ms. Schaible completed the Systems Design and Management Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she received a M.S. degree in Engineering and Management. Ms. Schaible previously received a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Bradley University and a M.S. degree in Space Systems Operations from the Florida Institute of Technology.