Bettina L. Beard received a Ph.D. in Experimental and Cognitive Psychology. Her career started in academia. After working in industry, she joined NASA in 1999, where she led efforts to define human-automation function allocation strategies for the air traffic control system, developed ramp controller training, designed integrated workstations for air traffic controllers and developed a methodology for defining vision standards. Since 2014, she has been involved in human spaceflight-related activities including an assessment of ISS astronaut workload, an evaluation of ISS resilience, engine testing human factors and the collection of normative data on cognition and fine motor skills test batteries for spaceflight. Tina is currently writing requirements for an exploration medical system and is on the insight team for the lunar Human Landing System. She is the author of numerous scientific conference proceedings, chapters and peer-reviewed articles.