Dane Arnold

Dane Arnold


Dane Arnold - Senior Systems Engineer

Dane spent 39 years at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in numerous technical and managerial roles.  He spent over 20 years in the Space Shuttle program working in crew training, payload integration, flight crew operations, flight design, and systems engineering and integration.  Following his work on the Shuttle program he led interface integration efforts for the Orion spacecraft and its launch vehicles before working on the International Space Station (ISS) Program in Commercial Crew integration.  He spent two years as a project engineer on the Extravehicular Activity Operations contract where he developed and built flight hardware that flies on the ISS today, following which he transitioned to the NASA Gateway Program to serve as a supervisor to the contractor technical team.

Dane is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering.  He also earned a Master of Science degree in Project Management from Boston University.

Dane lives in League City, TX with his wife Kay and their dog Evie.  In his spare time he enjoys reading, college football and flying radio-controlled aircrafts.