Louise Moroney serves as the Deputy Chief Information Officer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s John H. Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Moroney was appointed to the position in November 2016. In this capacity, she is responsible for information technology (IT) initiatives in direct support of the center’s research and engineering business. Supporting IT services across Lewis Field in Cleveland and Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, she leads a team which delivers a portfolio of locally-managed enterprise and shared services, and IT security services.
Prior to NASA, she was with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) in
the Department of Defense at Fort Meade, Maryland where she served in civilian
leadership roles as the deputy chief strategy officer, and a deputy program
manager in the National Leadership Command Capabilities Center.
She is a 24-year U.S Army veteran and retired colonel where she held a
variety of leadership and management roles including commander, 114th
Signal Battalion; Vice J3/Operations Officer Joint Task Force- Global Network
Operations (JTF-GNO); director of operations for DISA global computing;
and commander of the DISA Field Office and DISA Command Center.
A native of Germantown, Wisconsin, Louise graduated from Iowa State
University in Ames, Iowa and received her master’s degree from North Carolina
State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is married and resides
in Westlake, Ohio.