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Women at Armstrong

Women are making history at NASA every day. Celebrate our past and look to our future as NASA Armstrong continues advancing technology and science through flight.

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NASA Armstrong Showcases Women in Aviation

NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, has a long history with employing women in aviation careers and empowering…

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Armstrong Women in Leadership

View inside a dimly lit hangar. A woman stands next to the tail of the X-59, facing the camera. In the immediate background, the X-59 sits, newly painted in its red, white, blue and gold livery.

Catherine Bahm

Low Boom Flight Demonstrator Project Manager

Portrait of Armstrong chief engineer Cynthia Bixby

Cynthia Bixby

Chief Engineer

Portrait of Jennifer H. Cole

Jennifer Cole

Director of NASA Armstrong's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate

Eileen V. Detka

Eileen Detka

Chief of Staff

Keri L. Eliason

Keri Eliason

Equal Employment Opportunity Officer

Deputy Center Director Laurie A. Grindle

Laurie Grindle

Deputy Center Director

Portrait of Peggy Hayes

Peggy Hayes

Director for Safety & Mission Assurance (Acting)

Heather A. Maliska

Heather Maliska

X-57 Maxwell Project Manager

Photo of Kate M. McMurtry

Kate McMurtry

Deputy Director for Integrated Aviation Systems Program (IASP)

Joy Murphy

Joy Murphy

Director for California Human Resources

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April Torres

Electronics Technician and Telemetry Specialist