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Episode 0101: Andrea Harrington

Mission Eve

Release Date: 09/25/2019

Episode 0113: Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar show art Episode 0113: Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar

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Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar is the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration president & CEO. Supportive parents & being part of the Apollo generation fostered her love for space. But it wasn’t until later in her career that she believed she could have a professional impact on the industry. Fast forward to today and she’s one of the most renowned strategic thinkers in Space & a highly regarded technical expert with a boldness you’ll respect, admire & love. Discover how she did it & how she continues to pay it f

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Episode 0112: Harriet Brettle show art Episode 0112: Harriet Brettle

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Harriet Brettle is a business analyst at Astroscale, a commercial space company that cleans up orbital debris. Discover how Harriet went from graduating from university with a degree in mathematics, to a career in finance, to Outreach Coordinator of the Planetary Society, to that fateful day when she landed a major role as part of the Astroscale team. Harriet's story will make you laugh, feel inspired, and most importantly, remember to never doubt yourself. Space needs Harriet. And space needs you.

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Episode 0111: Dr. Tanya Harrison show art Episode 0111: Dr. Tanya Harrison

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Dr. Tanya Harrison is a manager of science programs at Planet. Her undergraduate degree is in Astronomy; her Masters and Ph.D. are in Geology with a specialty in Mars. She's an Earth and Martian photographer, a Trekkie, and the youngest member of the National Space Society's Board of Government. She makes space swag, works with 150 satellites "that are adorable", is an advocate for science communications, the disabled, and an all-around awesome role model for women who want to trail-blaze the industry.

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Episode 0110: Loretta Hidalgo Whitesides show art Episode 0110: Loretta Hidalgo Whitesides

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Loretta Hidalgo Whitesides is the author of "The New Right Stuff: Using Space to Bring Out the Best in You" which shares career hacks to guide tomorrow's Space leaders. She's also the co-creator of the international celebration "Yuri's Night", and a Virgin Galactic astronaut. From her impressive career starting as a NASA astronaut office intern, to conducting safety reviews on the ISS, to her field work in the Arctic (and so much more) there's nothing Loretta can't do, and there's nothing you can't either.

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Episode 0109: Sarah Cruddas show art Episode 0109: Sarah Cruddas

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Sarah Cruddas is a space journalist, broadcaster, author, and host of the Discovery Channel show "CONTACT." She joins us on "Mission Eve" to discuss how space camp inspired her to join the industry, the power of storytelling, and how her career evolved from a reporter at the BBC to her career in space (plus the incredible risk and failure it took to get there). Ladies, as Sarah reminds us, we are all extraordinary. And more than ever, the time is now to take a seat at the table.

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Episode 0108: Negar Feher show art Episode 0108: Negar Feher

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Negar Feher of MOMENTUS Space will make you feel like we can do anything. Growing up in Iran, to returning as a Junior in high school, to graduating from Cal Poly (and Stanford!), to her burgeoning career, Negar teaches us what real hard work is, and how young women can lead the movement we find ourselves on the precipice: the industrialization of space.

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Episode 0107: Stephanie Gowell show art Episode 0107: Stephanie Gowell

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In this candid interview, Stephanie Gowell shares how the inclusivity of the industry led her to fall in love with Space. Relatable, endearing, inspirational—Stephanie keeps things real as she shares her experience finding work after school, her path to becoming the ATLAS Space Operations Director of Commercial Sales, her biggest challenge in the industry, her vision for the future, the mentors that helped shape her way, and so much more. You've been warned. Prepare to be inspired.

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Episode 0106: Rebekah Rounds show art Episode 0106: Rebekah Rounds

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Have you ever daydreamed about space? Wondered if humans will go more frequently to the stars? Questioned whether a burgeoning career in such a field exists? Enter Rebekah Rounds who proves not only is all of this possible, but that as far as careers go, is very much available today. In this 6th episode Rebekah shares her journey into space law, advice, and what needs to change in order to realize a universe that's innovative yet supportive of national security and civil initiatives in space.

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Episode 0105: Rachel Lyons show art Episode 0105: Rachel Lyons

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It all began with “Cosmos” by Neil deGrasse Tyson—the documentary that literally changed everything for Rachel Lyons. Since then, she’s become the Executive Director of Space for Humanity—a non-profit organization with a mission to send as many people as possible to space to change their perspective and realize a world that actually works. Become inspired by her vision of cosmos, and her challenge to the false perceived dichotomy that says we must chose between Earth and space. 

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Episode 0104: Deborah Tomek show art Episode 0104: Deborah Tomek

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Deborah Tomek’s journey to become the Acting Director of NASA STED was far from easy. While at times struggling with self-doubt and confidence, she reminds us what it means to listen to your inner voice and strive to become the mentor you wish you had when you were younger. She’s worked on wind-tunnel tests, led research on the Space Shuttle heat shield, and so much more—all leading to her current position at NASA STED, which develops the technology that will forever change how we live and work in s

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In this episode of Mission Eve, Meagan speaks with Andrea Harrington, Associate Professor and Director of the Schriever Scholars Space Concentration at USAF Air Command and Staff College. Andrea talks about growing up in the Greater Boston area, her path to becoming an expert in space law & policy, and how things like Sci-Fi and Live Action Role Playing might seem like things to simply enjoy, but can actually lead to practical applications.