Mr. Lundquist has worked at NASA for 35 years and he loves it. He has worked on many interesting projects. Some you might not have heard of, like The Total Ozone Mapper, The Cosmic Background Explorer, or The X-Ray Timing Experiment, and some you probably have heard of, like The James Webb Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Artemis Mission. Mr. Lundquist has helped astronauts train at the Neutral Buoyancy Lab and some of the things he has built are now in space. He currently works at NASA headquarters as part of a team performing the systems engineering management support for the integration of the diverse projects, programs, and organizations that make up the Artemis Missions.
Mr. Lundquist grew up on Long Island. He received his Electrical Engineering degree from Northeastern University in 1983, and a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from the George Washington University in Washington DC. He joined NASA in 1988. In that year, Ronald Reagan was president, there were very few cell phones, no internet, and televisions were heavy. He likes doing many different things.