My dad worked for Lockheed for 33 years as a software engineer, so it’s always been in my background. My younger sister interned for United Launch Alliance (ULA) in 2010, so I looked into them after graduating college and thought it might be the right fit. I worked at ULA as a financial analyst and then came to Lockheed in 2017. With a financial background, you are pretty versatile; you can do that anywhere. But to me, it isn’t what you do, but why you do it. I love the science mission of OSIRIS-REx. I think it’s a pleasure to work with people who are so intensely passionate about their jobs. These engineers are doing their dream jobs, so you feed off of that positive energy.