Moses T. Adoko, Ph.D.
Lecturer; Chief Knowledge Officer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Moses T. Adoko, Ph.D. is a Lecturer for the Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies. Dr. Adoko is also the Chief Knowledge Officer of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Currently, he provides strategic oversight and leadership for knowledge management programs across diverse business lines including space science, technology development, engineering, and project management.
He also serves as coordinator of the NASA Goddard Senior Fellowship program, a scientific and technical advisory committee that advises NASA Goddard leadership on issues related to science, technology and engineering research investments and strategy. The NASA Goddard Senior Fellows Program is made up of distinguished scientists and engineers, recognized for their accomplishments and contributions.
Dr. Adoko has over 23 years of working experience with NASA, supporting various technical programs and projects including the development and implementation of the NASA Systems Engineering Procedural Requirements (NPR 7123.1) policy and serving as the curriculum lead for the Agency’s systems engineering workforce development program at the NASA Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership (APPEL).
He has written a number of journal articles and served as faculty at The George Washington University in the School of Engineering & Applied Science.
Dr. Adoko is a recipient of various awards including the prestigious NASA Robert H. Goddard Award for Excellence in Analysis, Innovation and Creativity.
• Ph.D., The George Washington University
• M.S., The George Washington University
• M.S., Philadelphia University
• B.S., University of Eastern Africa
• NASA Goddard’s Road to Mission Success I and II: An Overview. NASA Knowledge Journal, Issue 2, September 2016.
• Developing A Cost Overrun Predictive Model for Complex Systems Development Projects Project Management Journal, December 2015 - January 2016 edition - DOI: 10.1002/pmj.