Amy McCluskey Davis received her Associate’s degree from ESCC in Electronics Technology in May 1993 and went on to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Physics/MicroElectronics from Salisbury University in 2002. She is currently employed as an Electronics Engineer at NASA Wallops Flight Facility where she is responsible for the building, testing, and maintenance of a high gain telemetry system that flies on scientific balloons. She is also the program manager for the NASA Robotics Alliance Project at Wallops, working with local schools on robotics programs. Amy is a member of the Engineering Technology Advisory Committee at UMES, and has received two exceptional outreach awards for her work with First Robotics. She says her best times at ESCC were spent in the Electronics Lab and her favorite faculty members were John Floyd and Jim Goldstine.