Jennifer Domanowski (BS Materials Science and Engineering ’17) is an aerospace materials engineer at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in the Materials Engineering Branch, where she provides analytical and testing support primarily in the area of chemical analysis. Ms. Domanowski specializes in multiple chemical and thermal analysis techniques that focus on organic materials and polymer chemistry and processing. Her expertise allows her to provide engineering support for numerous projects on center, especially with issues regarding organic contamination, bonding materials, and cleanliness of flight hardware. Before coming to Goddard, Ms. Domanowski worked at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in the Failure Analysis & Metallurgy Branch and NASA Glenn Research Center in the Materials & Structures Division, where she became a co-author on two publications. She earned her B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering at Boise State University, where she received the highest distinction of being named a Top Ten Scholar. She was also recognized by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and Aviation Week in 2017 as being a part of the 20 Twenties, which is an award that honors twenty STEM students across the globe as the top leaders in the aerospace industry.