Kody Ensley works at Johnson Space Center as a software engineer for the Robotics Systems Technology Branch of NASA’s Software, Robotics, and Simulation Division. He works to develop software for Robonaut 2, the humanoid robot currently residing aboard the International Space Station. Ensley is a graduate of Salish Kootenai College in Pablo Montana, where he completed a four-year pilot program in computer engineering for Native American students, which was established through coordination with JSC employees. Ensley completed two internships at JSC and held a co-op position before being hired by the Robotics Systems Technology Branch in July 2012.
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