June 22 - Career Lessons from the Women of NASA

Register for the free online training now:

You'll hear from:

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Elaine Ho
Deputy Associate Administrator, STEM Engagement Program,
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Bernadette Maisel
Senior Director, Program Initiatives,
Space Foundation

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Anne Roemer
Director, Human Resources Office,
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
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Summer Salomonsen
VP, Content Product,
Cornerstone OnDemand

Emily Jarvis
Moderator and Senior Events Manager,

Hear from successful women in STEM.

Women are transforming the future of NASA and the space program at large - the most recent astronaut class in 2017 was 45% female. So how do these pioneering women thrive in a male dominated field?

Join us online Tuesday, June 22 at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT for a free panel discussion.

In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from women who have built careers studying everything from deep space to ocean exploration and beyond. You will also hear how they have served as leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) occupations and what tools, resources and training they needed to get to this phase of their careers.

Specifically we’ll discuss:
  • How these women in STEM continue to succeed and serve as role models for future generations of women.
  • Advice on breaking through the glass ceiling in STEM fields in government.
  • How they overcame obstacles - like how the first all-female spacewalk was cancelled because they only had spacesuits that fit men - to get where they are and the challenges they continue to face.

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