Cureton leads the transformation of IT capabilities and services to support and enable NASA’s mission and ensures agency’s information resource management strategy aligns with its vision, mission and strategic goals.
Cureton also ensures NASA information assets are controlled and evaluated consistent with federal policies, procedures and legislation.
Prior becoming the agency’s CIO, Cureton served as CIO of the Goddard Space Flight Center and led the Information Technology and Communications Directorate.
Before joining NASA, Cureton was deputy CIO of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and led the Office of Science and Technology as deputy assistant director.
Cureton holds a bachelor’s degree from Howard University, graduating magna cum laude with a major in mathematics and a minor in Latin. She also holds both a master’s degree in applied mathematics and a post-master’s advanced certificate in applied mathematics from Johns Hopkins University.