Denise Lineberry (Contractor)
Title: Science Directorate Communications Team Lead
Technical Focus Area: Science Communication
Study Topics: Science Communication, Visual Storytelling, Web-based Communication, Content Planning and Strategy, Narrative Non-fiction
I have worked in communication at NASA for 19 years. I spent 8 years as an editor/writer in NASA Langley’s central communications office (OSACB), and joined the Science Directorate in 2014. I have authored hundreds of articles on NASA.gov. My writing includes everything from employee profiles to technical features about NASA missions, programs and technology. In my current role, I lead the planning and development of various science communication products and efforts, which help to share the big picture of what the Science Directorate does — Find answers to some of the greatest questions affecting our planet and its people.
- Received two Certificates of Excellence for winning solutions through the NASA@Work platform.
- Awarded winning solution for a “NASA Center Mobile Application” by NASA’s Chief Technologist.
- Awarded winning solution for “Communicating with NASA Employees About the Asteroid Grand Challenge” by NASA’s Deputy Administrator.
- Agency Honor Group Achievement Awards for contributions to the Earth Right Now Campaign Team, NAAMES, ACT-America, DISCOVER-AQ, NAAMES, Rad-X, SAGE III/ISS and 2021 Boeing EcoDemonstrator Test Team.
- MA, Professional Writing, minors: Technical Writing, Web Design & Development, Chatham University
- BA, Communication, minor: Journalism, Christopher Newport University
NASA Takes an Insured Look at Hailstorm Risk: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/langley/nasa-takes-an-insured-look-at-hailstorm-risk
Using Balloons to Track Pollution into the Stratosphere: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/langley/using-balloons-to-track-pollution-into-the-stratosphere
Tiny Sea Creatures Hold Secrets to Earth’s Climate: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/langley/tiny-sea-creatures-hold-secrets-to-earth-s-climate