Tracy Gill works for NASA at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). He has thirty years of experience including work on space shuttle payloads and on space station elements and experiment payloads gaining valuable experience doing “hands-on” work on flight and ground support hardware and working with people from all over the United States and the world. He currently supports the NASA Artemis program including Human Landing Systems, Gateway and NextSTEP (Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships) commercial partnering efforts for lunar exploration.
Tracy is a big sports fan following football and basketball and any team that represents the University of Florida. And as expected of someone in the space field, he is a fan of popular science fiction including Star Wars and Star Trek and participates in the occasional comic book convention. Tracy enjoys speaking to local schools on various topics in the space field and is an adjunct professor for the International Space University.
2000 MS – Aerospace and Mechanical Systems
1989 BS – Electrical Engineering