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Meet Future Shaper Alta Bailey

Aug 3, 2020, 10:19 AM

Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) Chemical Engineer, Alta Bailey has no regrets on making the decision to move from North Carolina to Kansas City to join our team. Alta has been with KCNSC for two years and works in the advanced technology department. She is a subject matter expert of a 3D printing system that uses conductive metal inks to print on various materials.

Having access to develop and perfect new unconventional technologies like the 3-D printing system is what makes Alta enjoy her career choice, along with the fact that her work helps to keep our nation secure and safe.

“My job will make tomorrow better than today by securing our supply chain and offering non-traditional alternatives to age-old processes,” Alta said. “Not many early-in-career people can say that!”

While Alta is doing amazing things at work each day, she’s also discovered Kansas City is pretty amazing too!

“I was really impressed with the metro-feel of the city,” said Alta. “I was thrilled to realize that moving to Kansas City didn’t put an end to the activities I enjoyed in North Carolina – I was still able to do them, just in a different city.”

Learn more about how Alta is shaping our future! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-i3TAkiNzw

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