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Maureen 'Mo' Madden

Acting Director
Center for Satellite Applications and Research

 

photo: Maureen 'Mo' Madden

Education: B.S. in Physics from Lewis University in 1986 and a M.S. in Applied Physics from Northern Illinois in 1991.

Experience: Ms. Madden started at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center in 1991 in the High Energy Astrophysics Lab developing high energy particle detectors and as an Instrument Manager for the WIND and ACE missions. She next served as an Optical lead Engineer for the GLAS instrument on the ICESAT mission. After ICESAT, she moved into operations as the SMEX Mission Director where she led operations for six missions at three distinct operations centers. At the same time she led new mission proposals that included both EPOXI and Astro-H. She was the Transition Director on the Space Segment Ground Sustainment project. She served as the Deputy Mission Operation Manager for the J1 spacecraft on the JPSS project and as the Assistant Deputy Project Manager for GOES-R Ground Segment.

Ms. Madden joined NOAA/NESDIS in October 2014 as the Deputy Director of the Office of Satellite Ground Services (OSGS) and helped create that program. She is currently the Acting Director for the NESDIS Center for Satellite Applications and Research where she has been working to enable the power of Satellite remote sensing science to advance all of NOAA's missions by focusing on improving processes and supporting the people of STAR.


E-mail: Maureen.Madden@noaa.gov


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