Lori J. Rachul
Beachwood Resident Appointed to Senior Executive Service at NASA Lewis Research Center
Cleveland, OH -- Dr. Julian M. Earls, assistant deputy director for Business Resources Development at NASA's Lewis Research
Center was recently selected into the NASA Senior Executive Service.
Focus of the NASA Senior Executive Service is to attract, retain, develop and utilize highly competent executives who will be
responsive to the policies, goals and needs of the agency and the nation.
Appointed to his current position in 1992, Earls serves as the Center's focal point for all research and development activities relating to
Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB's) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's). He is responsible for developing and implementing policies that ensure that SDB's and HBCU's are encouraged, motivated and afforded an equitable opportunity to compete for NASA contracts and research grants.
Earls, a native of Portsmouth, Va., joined the NASA Lewis Research Center in 1965 after receiving a bachelor of science degree in
physics from Norfolk State University. He later received his master's degree in health physics from the University of Rochester, the equivalent of a second master's degree in environmental health and his doctorate degree in health physics from the University of Michigan.
He is a current or past member of numerous community organizations and boards such as the Case Western Reserve University
Board of Overseers, the Cuyahoga Community College Board of Trustees and the Visiting Committee of Case Institute of Technology.
Dr. Earls and his wife, Zenobia, reside in Beachwood, Ohio. They have two children.
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