[NTA HRC] Katherine G. Johnson Celebratory Dinner - RSVP Requested

  • From: "Chapman, Michael A. (LARC-D504)" <michael.a.chapman@xxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2011 12:36:10 -0500

**** Please RSVP by 10/20/2011. Contributions toward a gift are welcome ****

Please join the National Technical Association on October 29, 2011 at 6:30 PM 
for a Celebratory Dinner honoring the lifetime achievements our very own Dr. 
Katherine Goble Johnson at the Carver Memorial Presbyterian Church, 830 25th 
Street, Newport News, VA 23607.

Katherine G. Johnson, NASA pioneer, was born in 1918 in White Sulphur Springs, 
WV. Since graduating from high school at the age of 14, she has blessed this 
nation with a long and impressive career as an educator, mathematician, NASA 
"human computer," community leader, motivational speaker, national officer, 
volunteer, and mentor. She is widely recognized as a member of the NASA teams 
that calculated spacecraft trajectories for human space flight for the NASA 
Mercury and Apollo Programs.

Please come out and celebrate with us as we honor her life and career on 
October 29, 2011. There is limited seating, so reserve your place today (please 
see the attached invitation and RSVP card). The RSVP deadline is October 20, 
2011. Gifts, tributes, personal and congratulatory letters are welcome. For 
more information, please contact Dr. Christine Darden, cmdarden@xxxxxxx -or- 

This event is sponsored by the Hampton Roads Chapter of The National Technical 
Association (NTA) Inc. and the NTA National Headquarters. NTA is the nation's 
oldest technical professional association of minority scientists and engineers. 
Incorporated in 1926, NTA's membership consists of minority scientists, 
engineers, architects, mathematicians, computer specialists, and math/science 
educators in all fields of endeavor. Our chapters provide services nationally 
to assist government, industry, and academia to identify, train, and support 
students and professionals under-represented in science, technology, 
engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Michael A. Chapman, P.E.
Head, Technologies Application Branch - GFTD
NASA Langley Research Center

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