NASA Astronaut Talks Shop with Government Communicators
WASHINGTON — NASA wanderer and late U.S. Navy Capt. Mike Foreman will pronounce to member from federal, state and internal governments during a National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) 2012 Communications School nearby Washington on Jun 7.
Foreman’s display starts during 4:30 p.m. EDT at the Sheraton National Hotel located during 900 S. Orme St. in Arlington, Va. He will plead how communication is critical to a success of any supervision operation, including spaceflights.
Foreman was comparison as an wanderer by NASA in Jun 1998. He flew on space convey missions STS-123 in Mar 2008 and STS-129 in Nov 2009. He has logged some-more than 637 hours in space, including 32 hours and 19 mins during 5 spacewalks. In 2010, Foreman served as a arch of outmost programs during NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. He now is reserved to a Exploration Branch of a Astronaut Office during NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, operative on a Commercial Crew Program.
The NAGC is a inhabitant not-for-profit veteran network of supervision employees who disseminate information within and outward government. Its members are concerned in all aspects of supervision communication from writers and striking artists to broadcasters and information specialists.
Media meddlesome in attending Foreman’s display should hit Glen Thomas of NAGC during 901-619-4536. To report an talk with Foreman, hit Brenda Cabaniss of a Astronaut Appearances Office during 281-244-8860 by noon EDT on Wednesday Jun 6.
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