Joshua Arceneaux

Artemis Systems Engineering Lead
Booz Allen Hamilton

Mr. Arceneaux began his career working on the ISS Program in 2001 supporting the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in the areas of Program Integration and training and simulation for flight crew and the JAXA flight control teams for the Kibo module and the HTV vehicle.  After seeing the HTV through the Critical Design Review phase, Mr. Arceneaux joined Booz Allen Hamilton where he worked in the Constellation Programs (CxP) Architecture Trades and Analysis team planning, integrating, and leading technology solution for executing the design analysis cycles for the CxP SE&I organization. After transitioning to the IT group within Booz Allen, he lead several initiatives for enterprise architecture and technology innovation.  After 12 years in human space flight, Mr. Arceneaux spent 6 years in the private sector consulting with Oil and Gas, Retail, and Research institution clients where he used the systems engineering and integration experience combined with an IT background to lead multiples business architecture and technology transformation projects.  Mr. Arceneaux returned to Booz Allen in 2017 where he currently leads Booz Allen’s Artemis Systems Engineering teams.  He focuses on system-of-systems  engineering and architecture integration with an emphasis on bringing digital engineering and technology transformation solutions to NASA clients across the Artemis Programs. 

Mr. Arceneaux resides in Dickinson, Texas, just south of Johnson Space Center. He is married to his wife Melody and they have three children.  He graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a B.S. in Physics and later earned a M.S. in Systems Engineering from The University of Houston Clear Lake.

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