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Sample list of general engagement

This includes general collaboration, panels, writing, interviews, speaking engagements, consulting, volunteer and paid work.

English and Spanish. 

(Periodically updated as time allows)

N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences

"Professional Preview"

Community Engagement for Underrepresented Populations



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Learning Together Kids (Spain)

Show focusing on engaging a group of children each episode and answering their science questions.

AFP Crecer (Dominican Republic)

"Week of Innovation" 

Engaging young minds in the Caribbean regarding science, education, and how to navigate obstacles.

NASA STEM: Success Summit.

Addressing prospective NASA interns on ways to succeed during their internships, discussing opportunities and resources, and how to deal with workload and rejection.

NASA Office of Technology, Policy, and Strategy.

Futures Roundtables, which inspires interns to engage in collaboration. 

NASA + Google

Creating interactive education-based content and storytelling, utilizing Google 3D models and concise writing to deliver scientific topics in an accessible way for the general public.

NASA Office of Communications
Voice-over work
Content creation
Support team during JWST first images release.

Slooh Collaboration

Standards-aligned learning activities, whether you have a week or a semester to study space, for middle school science, high school physics, high school astronomy, college introductory astronomy, and at home.

Astronomía Magazine

Overcoming obstacles in the field of Astronomy for individuals coming from poverty, and non-traditional circumstances.

Sister STEM
Contributing Writer.

Space Foundation 

nonprofit advocate organization founded in 1983, offering a gateway to education, information and collaboration for space exploration and space-inspired industries that define the global space ecosystem.

Story Collider

On-Stage speaker in New York city for their show “Transformations”.

Symmetry Magazine 
"Physics in a Second Language"
Addressing the challenges of studying science in a language other than your first.

Ask A Spaceman: Live by Science Friday
Segment: Origins. Presented at Housing Works in New York City.

3D Printing Resources
Self-funded project operated from my home, I own the 3D printers we use and have been able to ship PPE in the thousands across the US.

Exploring by the Seat of your Pants
“SciComm Story time” Speaking engagement addressing younger students across the US about education access and equity in space related studies.

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
“In The Times of SciComm”
Science communication for large institutions performing groundbreaking work in science, and how exposure can potentially lead to more funding.

Contributing Writer.

Geo Latinas
Latinas in Earth and Planetary Science.

SyFy Wire
Jupiter image processing, with raw data acquired from NASA’s JunoCam on board space probe Juno.

Style Engineers Worldwide
“Fashioning the Future with Rose DF” 

Mujer, Ciencia, y Arte
Científicas Latinoamericanas: speaking to women across Latin America about science communication and Astronomy.

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