Brenda Clyde portrait

Brenda Clyde

Principal Professional Staff at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Ms. Clyde is a systems engineer who is currently the program manager of the APL team supporting NASA’s Space Tech’s Lunar Surface Innovation Initiative. She is also Project Engineer for the Neptune Odyssey concept study. She earned a BS in Computer Science from University of Mary Washington and a MS. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. She is a member of the Principal Professional Staff at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. Ms. Clyde has been involved with requirements development, verification and validation, software development and testing for a number of JHU/APL spacecraft including MESSENGER, New Horizons, BOPPS, and Parker Solar Probe.

Latest Planetary Radio Appearances

Neptune Odyssey: why we need to visit an ice giant

Leaders of the Neptune Odyssey study for the next planetary science and astrobiology decadal survey share their team’s exciting approach for an ice giant-orbiting spacecraft.