To the women who weren’t afraid to be the “first.” To the women who not only broke barriers, but paved the way for those that followed. During #WomensHistoryMonth we honor all the @WomenNASA who dared to explore. Follow along all month as we highlight their achievements.
It's our favorite time of year, #WomensHistoryMonth 🥳✨
Follow along at , as we celebrate the past, present, and future women at @NASA. Tag @WomenNASA & share whose legacy inspires you for a chance to be featured in a @Twitter moment at the end of March!
"I can say with 100% certainty that being part of the African American ERG is my favorite part of working at NASA... I've been able to put into practices a lot of the leadership lessons I've learned." Meet modern history maker Kai Harris, functional lead analyst. #BHM
"She made a very special effort to meet these young aerospace engineers, to welcome them, to show them hospitality, and to give them advice." — Dr. Christine Darden, retired @NASA_Langley engineer, on Mary W. Jackson’s mentoring of new African American employees, & young people.
"She enabled the hiring and promotion of a new generation of female mathematicians, engineers, and scientists. Mary W. Jackson was a pioneer in diversity and inclusion in policy, yes, but even more importantly, in action." — @NASA_Langley center director Clayton Turner
No longer a "hidden figure", Mary. W. Jackson not only helped get astronauts to space, but she also hired and promoted the next generation of @NASA’s female mathematicians, engineers and scientists.
Today, our headquarters building is named in her honor:
Our scientists are always up for a challenge and our innovative culture ensures that no two days are the same! @NASAglenn Research Center is seeking a Computer Scientist in the Information and Applications Office! Apply before it closes today! #nasajobs
It’s #IntroduceAGirlToEngineeringDay! As an engineer - and an old girl, it’s important to know that in this field, anything is possible. Don’t limit your goals - we want girls to dream big and help @NASA lead the way toward deep space exploration!
Greg Benjamin always dreamed of working at @NASA. Through @AMAInc62, his dream of supporting NASA’s missions became a reality here at @NASA_Langley. He now hopes that other African Americans will have the chance to pursue their dreams, on Earth and beyond. #BlackHistoryMonth
When you picture an engineer, who do you see?🤔
For #IntroduceAGirlToEngineeringDay, get a new perspective from @SpaceKrisBrown, @FromCaliToMars & @NASAInterns! From landing a rover on Mars to modeling aircraft propulsion systems, this is what an engineer looks like. 👩🏻🔧👩🏾💻👩🏽💼👷🏼♀️👩🏿🎓
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