Former NASA flight director for Apollo program, Gerry was also the director of the Johnson Space Center in Houston and former deputy director of both the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and the Dryden Flight Research Center in California. He served as associate administrator for external relations and assistant administrator for legislative affairs at NASA […]
Spending 31 years at NASA, Fred served as a research test pilot, astronaut and deputy administrator. He currently serves as the Managing Director, Aerospace and Defense Strategies at Lohfeld Consulting Group, Inc. He leads the Aerospace and Defense strategy practice offering business development strategy and consulting services to aerospace, defense and information technology companies.
Dan is the Professor of the Engineering Practice of Aeronautics & Astronautics at Purdue University and the former Deputy Associate Administrator of NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate. In his career with NASA, he was awarded the Silver Snoopy Award, the NASA Distinguished Service Medal and the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service, among […]
A former astronaut who served as pilot of first space shuttle mission (STS-1), Bob was also the commander of three other space shuttle missions (STS-7, STS-41C, STS-41G). He was former director of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and former President of Thiokol Propulsion.
Douglas Cooke worked in NASA positions for 38 years, culminating in his retirement as Associate Administrator in 2011. He served in engineering and program management positions in the Space Shuttle, ISS, and Human Exploration programs. In his last year at NASA, he led efforts within NASA to adopt the current vehicle designs for the Orion […]
Founder and director of Cave and Karst Studies at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Dr. Boston is also a co-founder of the Mars Underground group. She is the associate director of the National Cave and Karst Research Institute. Recently, Dr. Boston organized a series of conferences called The Case for Mars, which […]