has been selected deputy chief of the Communications Division. Greenbauer-Seng previously served as chief of the Durability and Protective Coatings Branch with oversight of research studies of the high-temperature behavior, environmental durability and development of protective coatings for advanced structural and functional materials for aerospace and power systems applications. She also served a detail as the deputy chief of the Materials and Structures Division. In addition to excellent management skills, Greenbauer-Seng has amassed a wide variety of experience including establishing and managing the unique ground-based NASA Glenn Microgravity Material Science Laboratory from 1983-1986. She also served as Glenn's colead for a cultural change initiative that became an agencywide model and source of key cultural change processes and tools.
Lizalyn Smith Honored
Crain's Cleveland Business recognized Lizalyn Smith
, Propulsion, Structures and Thermal Systems Division, as a member of this year's "Twenty in Their 20's" class for her contributions to Cleveland and the Northeast Ohio business community. Crain's publisher Brian Tucker recognized each of the recipients during a recent ceremony. Smith is the president of the Northeast Ohio chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, which educates Cleveland-area high school students about engineering. She also serves as a mentor for the Footprints for Girls Program that provides role models for at-risk female students.
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