Kevin C. Hoshstrasser
Kevin Hoshstrasser is a retired aerospace executive, having served as the Boeing senior site executive for Boeing’s Florida Operations and program manager for Boeing’s Florida Space Shuttle Operations (FSSO) contract at Kennedy Space Center, FL.
As the Senior Site Executive for Florida Operations, Hoshstrasser managed Boeing’s Space Exploration launch site personal and represented Boeing with key customers in the Florida region. As the Program Manager for FSSO, he was responsible for providing Boeing Space Shuttle Design Center support to United Space Alliance (USA) under the Shuttle Program Operations Contract, which included coordinating the activities of the Orbiter Vehicle Engineering, Integration and Logistics Directorates, and strategic planning and management of the Boeing Space Shuttle support teams.
Prior to these appointments, Hoshstrasser served as the Boeing Launch Site Chief Engineer and Director of Engineering from 2001 to July, 2006 and as Director of Safety and Mission Assurance from 1999 to April 2001.
Hoshstrasser joined The Boeing Company in 1983 and has progressed through positions of increasing responsibility in the engineering, operations, and quality organizations within Boeing and its heritage company Rocketdyne.
Hoshstrasser received a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from the University of Central Florida and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Florida Institute of Technology. He is a licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer in both Florida and California, holds the ASQ Certified Quality Manager and Certified Quality Engineer registrations and a master’s certificate from Villanova as a Six Sigma Black Belt. He serves on the University of Central Florida Engineering Executive Council and is the recipient of the National Management Association’s Gold Knight of Leadership award.