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Brandon Burroughs

Brandon is a four year resident of Titusville. He was born in Birmingham, AL and is currently a Systems Engineer for the aerospace industry supporting NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) Rocket Program. Brandon participates in Boeing sponsored development opportunities. Since 2018, Brandon has served as the President of the Florida Space Coast Operations chapter of Boeing Black Employee Association (BBEA). He has also served as Operations Co-Chair of Boeing KSC REACH and currently serves as the networking co-chair for the organization. In 2018, Brandon was 1 of 16 Boeing employees selected by the Boeing Thurgood Marshall College Fund Scholars Program to serve as an inaugural mentor for students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Brandon has received two Space Flight Awareness (SFA) Awards, one of the highest honors awarded by NASA Headquarters’ Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate. He was awarded his first SFA award for serving as a Task Team Lead during the final integration of the SLS Engine Section and his second for being a coordinator in the Inaugural Boeing lead Space Coast Games; an event that brought together over 600 Kennedy Space Center employees from 11 aerospace companies. Brandon received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Aerospace Engineering at Tuskegee University. He is currently enrolled at Florida Institute of Technology pursuing a M.S. in Commercial Enterprises in Space.