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NASA Appoints Vanessa Wyche, First African-American Woman Deputy Director of the Johnson Space Center
By Niele Anderson
Published August 14, 2018

Black women continue to lead as Vanessa Wyche takes on the role of Deputy Director of the NASA Johnson Space Center.

I am incredibly humbled to take on this role at JSC, and also excited to assist Mark with leading the home of human spaceflight,” Wyche said in a statement Wednesday of her appointment as center deputy director.

“I look forward to working with the talented employees at JSC as we work toward our mission of taking humans farther into the solar system.”

To learn more about Vanessa Wyche visit NASA here.

 

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