Allison Hutchings is a former senior project engineer from ATA Engineering. In her nine years at ATA she had the opportunity to work across a diverse set of industries. This work included the design and analysis of satellites, launch vehicles, military tents, roller coasters, and advanced engineering software. Highlights of her time at ATA include leading a team of analysts for a future JPL Earth monitoring satellite and working on the James Webb Space Telescope.
Allison holds a B.S. with Honors in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College and a M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. While at Tech she researched technologies for Entry Descent and Landing applications at Mars. At Mudd she worked in a lab investigating the stability of burning structures through structural health monitoring. During her education she also held internships at Blue Origin and the NASA Langley Research Center.
Allison is serving Sen. Brian Schatz, supporting on emerging issues in technology including AI, facial recognition, and transportation resiliency.