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Kennedy Space Center's Allison Mjoen is photographed with the Vehicle Assembly Building in the background.

Allison Mjoen

Cross-Program Integration Lead, Exploration Ground Systems

Allison Mjoen is a cross-program integration lead with NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) Program at Kennedy Space Center. Prior to this, she was an operations project engineer with EGS, with responsibilities that included the development and implementation planning of operations and launch requirements for vehicle/payload processing, launch, and recovery.

In this role, she also supported the Integration console in the firing room, providing technical integration and oversight to anomaly resolution. Her work focused on the Spacecraft Payloads Integration and Evolution element hardware, which includes the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter, Interim Cryogenic Propulsion System, Orion Stage Adapter, and the associated secondary payloads for SLS as well as the Orion secondary payloads and windows.


Mjoen started working at Kennedy in 2007 as a flight crew systems engineer with United Space Alliance in support of the Space Shuttle Program. She also supported the International Space Station Program as a payload integration engineer with Jacobs before joining the EGS team.


Mjoen graduated from the University of Central Florida (UCF) with a Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering (Go Knights!).


While at UCF, Mjoen met her husband Pete. Together, they have three children: Elijah, Bryce, and Renée.

Biography last updated February 2024