Welcome to Women@NASA's Blog

Welcome to the kickoff of the new Women@NASA blog!  And goodness me-we are quite excited to display the wonderful work across not only NASA but also the world because there are women everywhere who go unnoticed but are oh-so-admirable.  One of the goals of this blog is to highlight diverse women and their contributions to society in an informal manner so that our readers have capturing stories from which to learn, self-educate, and empower.  What is diverse?, you ask.  Gosh, I sure am glad you asked.  Let me expound.  Diverse, as used on this blog, means “from a gamut of professional fields, geographical locations, educational backgrounds, interests, hobbies, successes, failures, lessons learned, and all other characteristics thought of when exposed to a new person”.  Suffice it to say, if you have or know someone who has an interesting story-contact us.  We want to hear all about YOU! 

Another goal of our blog is for us to stalk the major (and not-so-major) media sites so you don’t miss the best stories!  We will post our favorites here so you are up to date with the latest news.  We plan to update the blog frequently so visit us often, follow us via the RSS feed, and pass the word to other great women like yourself (and men-who says everyone can’t celebrate good being done?).

As we obtain and increase our readership, we would like to open the blog up to members who would like to contribute stories themselves.  To let us know about your interest, you may either leave a comment on the blog or contact us here.

Coming Soon:  About Us-Learn about the women (and the man!) behind Women@NASA.  Stay tuned.


4 thoughts on “Welcome to Women@NASA's Blog”

  1. I observed the awesome launch of “Curiousity” on Nov.26, saw an interview and heard the voice of Wanda Harding during the countdown.
    I am a retired teacher and still involved in inspiring youth to persue their dreams. As I reviewed your links, to share with other youth, I’ve noticed that there is no inclusion of Wanda Harding with the Women of NASA. I think that you should update this link including
    Ms. Harding. I’m sure that there are others who would agree with me.

  2. I am looking forward in seeing and reading some stories here!
    from success and failure stories and vice versa!

  3. Ms Wendy-I am sorry I only found your comment now. I will add Wanda Harding to my list of women to research and honor! Destin Beach Weddings-thanks for reading.

  4. Love to see young women encouraged to pursue careers in math, science and technology!

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