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Thursday, November 17
10:15 am–11:45 am

Speaker: NASA Astronaut (Former) Michael Foreman

L.E.A.D. (Leadership Enhancement and Development) is proud to bring you an out-of-this-world session on leadership as seen through the eyes and experiences of Astronaut Mike Foreman, a recently retired United States astronaut who flew on two Space Shuttle missions (STS-123, STS-129), and conducted five spacewalks. Do not miss this fascinating and interactive session, open to all registrants, as Astronaut Mike describes his amazing journey and gives INTA leaders an unprecedented opportunity to step into the extraordinary world of an astronaut. From Astronaut Mike’s transition from military service into the civilian world, to his critical roles in the development and accomplishment of tasks and missions both on land and in outer space, join your colleagues in exploring, refining and learning leadership lessons that you can take with you wherever your journey may take you; to INTA … and Beyond!

NASA Astronaut (Former) Michael Foreman

Michael Foreman was selected as a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronaut in 1998 and flew on two space shuttle missions, as a mission specialist for STS-123 on space shuttle Endeavour in March 2008. His next mission was STS-129 on space shuttle Atlantis in November 2009. He accumulated more than 26 days in space, conducted five spacewalks, and has logged more than 637 hours in space, including 32 hours and 19 minutes of Extravehicular Activity (EVA) in five spacewalks and performing space station assembly tasks. During his final three years at NASA, he served as the Safety Branch Chief in the Astronaut Office.

Veteran astronaut Michael Foreman retired from NASA in 2015 to join Venturi Outcomes LLC. A former captain in the United States Navy, he holds engineering degrees from the United States Naval Academy, the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and is a graduate of the United States Naval Test Pilot School.

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