NASA Women's History Month Profile - Sandra Turner
Sandra Turner is a support services team lead in the Office of Strategic Analysis and Communications at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. She directs the activities of protocol specialists, event coordinators, and community and industry outreach specialists. Turner, who has certification from the Protocol School of Washington to present corporate etiquette and international protocol seminars, also directs the visitor program, astronaut visits, and ribbon-cutting and groundbreaking ceremonies. She also manages all Marshall Center-wide events, the annual Center Director's Breakfast and the Speakers Bureau. Prior to becoming a team lead, Turner was chief of protocol, overseeing visits by heads of state, cabinet members, congressional members, foreign dignitaries, celebrities and high ranking officials from the government, industry and academia. She also managed the space shuttle launch guest operation for Marshall at the Kennedy Space Center. Prior to becoming protocol officer, Turner was executive assistant to the director of Marshall Space Flight Center.
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