Art Alva joined the SEAKR team in February of 2017 as a Systems Engineer. After a short stint in Texas, Art was happy to be back in Colorado – one of the most active states in America. While Art is currently a Cross Fit coach and Olympic lifter, his journey started over 14 years ago,…Details
“You’re not just building some box. You’re not just building some computer board,” Mann told SEAKR employees. “You’re building a part that’s critical to space travel.” -Astronaut Nicole Mann during her visit to SEAKR Engineering on December 11, 2017.
“I started at the front desk at SEAKR in July 2016,” said Laura Farlett. “A few months later, I applied for a Human Resources Assistant position that opened up. I have been here full time ever since.” Rewind 22 years, Laura was 21 years old and working as an accountant at Sea World in Orlando,…Details
“SEAKR provides space-qualified electronics for Orion including the Vision Processing Unit, the spacecraft’s back-up flight computer and data recorder which helps process imagery taken in space and stores or sends it back to Earth during missions.”
Scott joined the SEAKR team as the Manager of Radiation Effects in 2015 after obtaining his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from CU Boulder. However, prior to joining the workforce he – like many other SEAKR employees – served his country. As a Nuclear Submarine Officer in the U.S. Navy, the education Scott received helped to…Details