- Office: LSTB-290
Alexandria DeWolfe manages the Science Data Centers for NASA’s MAVEN mission to Mars and the Emirates Mars Mission. She coordinates the design, development, implementation, and operation of science data processing systems for missions and instrument teams. She has a particular interest in scientific data visualization and oversees several projects related to developing visualization software. She is also the co-founder and chair of the LASP Diversity and Inclusiveness Committee, which works to create a more diverse, supportive, and inclusive workplace for all LASP employees.
Prior to working at LASP, she supervised a teaching lab at Princeton University, worked on the calibration team for the Chandra X-ray Telescope, and taught science as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Samoa.
Wellesley College — Wellesley, MA
B.A., Astronomy and Physics
Johns Hopkins University — Baltimore, MD
M.A., Near Eastern Studies