Wed, Sep 08, 2004
Reception On Capitol Hill Later This Month
Women in Aerospace will honor six female aviators later this
month at a reception on Capitol Hill. Here's your invitation:
- When: Tuesday, September 21, 2004, 6:00 pm -
- Where: Rayburn House Office Building Foyer,
1st Floor, Washington (DC)
- What: Please join Women in Aerospace as we
present the 2004 WIA Awards to the following winners:
Lifetime Achievement Award: Estelle Condon,
Associate Center Director for Astrobiology and Space Programs, NASA
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field (CA).
Outstanding Leadership Award: Celeste V. Ford,
President and CEO, Stellar Solutions, Inc., Palo Alto (CA).
Outstanding Achievement Award: Rebecca A.
MacKay, Science Advisor to the Materials Division Chief, NASA Glenn
Research Center, Cleveland (OH).
International Achievement Award: Anne Thompson,
Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt
Aerospace Educator Award: Patricia J. Arnold,
Vice President of Education and Workforce Development, Space
Foundation, Colorado Springs (CO).
Aerospace Awareness Award: Sharon A. Eggleston,
Project Management and Planning Operations Representative, Lockheed
Martin Information and Technology Services, Bath (ME).
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