Harvey Schabes

Chief. Technology Transfer Office
NASA Glenn Research Center


Harvey is Chief of the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) at NASA's Glenn Research Center. He manages Glenn’s intellectual property portfolio and ensures that Glenn technologies are made commercially available to benefit the national economy and the U.S. public. Harvey has almost 34 years of NASA experience. He joined the TTO in October 2015 and served as the Senior Strategy Manager where he coordinated the overall Space Act Agreement area, as well as other key Office, Directorate, and Center-wide activities. Prior to joining the TTO, Harvey held numerous senior positions across the Center and has served as a researcher, project engineer, project manager, and a manager in both technical and administrative organizations during his tenure at the Center. Highlighted positions include: Chief of Project Implementation, within the Space Flight Systems Directorate where he directed the establishment of space flight project management norms to achieve space flight project management and systems development excellence; Operations Integration Manager for the Engineering Directorate where he was responsible for providing improved integration between the technical and business functions; Deputy Director of the Center Operations Directorate in charge of the Human Resource and Workforce Planning, Procurement, Logistics and Technical Information, and the Security and Safeguards Management organizations; Systems Management Lead, in the Office of Strategic Management; and Space Shuttle Integration Manager and key integration and procurement lead for the definition and development of the Solar Dynamic Flight Demonstration Project in the U.S./Russian Program. He also served in numerous positions in support of the International Space Station Program, including several positions here at Glenn as well as three separate tours of duty at NASA Headquarters. Harvey joined NASA in 1983 as a research engineer developing new computer models for predicting the performance of new de-icing systems and performed extensive testing in the Icing Research Tunnel. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toledo. He has received numerous awards for his accomplishments and leadership including the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, and NASA Group Achievement Honor Award for both NASA’s Business Systems Gap Analysis Team and the Competency Management Team.


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