Kenneth Hibbard is currently principal professional staff at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), and the Mission/Project Systems Engineer for the Dragonfly New Frontiers mission to Titan. Mr. Hibbard received his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, and his M.S. in Systems Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University. He has worked at APL for ~20 years, and at the Goddard Space Flight Center for 8 years prior, specializing in project systems engineering and the design, development, and implementation of robotic space missions. He has served on numerous flight missions including ACE, SOHO, Swift, MESSENGER, and New Horizons and has led the formulation of various NASA proposals and concepts, including Europa Clipper, the Titan Mare Explorer (TiME), and the Io Volcano Observer (IVO). Mr. Hibbard has previously supported radioisotope power system development efforts led by NASA GRC, various hypersonic and entry, descent, and landing (EDL) technology development efforts for both NASA and DoD, acted as the Deputy Program Development Manager at APL for Civil Space, and supervised APL’s Space Systems Engineering Group.