SpaceX was founded in 2002, a little more than a decade before O’Neill and Picon graduated with engineering degrees. Now 17 years strong, SpaceX provides both of the young professionals a rich steeping in aerospace tradition as well as careers that vibrate with energy nearly equal to the rockets that power their work. New Work for a New Space Era Kursten O’Neill is the Falcon fleet strategy manager, a job that did not exist when she joined SpaceX in 2013 and a role that is ...


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