Hilary Justh is an aerospace engineer working for NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center's Terrestrial and Planetary Environments team. Hilary's job includes working with the Space Shuttle program as a Flight Operations Support Team member and the JPL Mars program as part of various Mars mission support activities. Hilary was a member of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Navigation Team and is currently evaluating proposed Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) landing sites as a MSL Council of Atmospheres member. Hilary graduated from Penn State with a B.S. with honors in Earth Sciences and then attended the University of Colorado where she received a M.S. in Astrophysical, Planetary and Atmospheric Sciences. Hilary has also received a M.S. in Geosciences from Penn State. Hilary has been interested in NASA and spaceflight since she was a child. This interest was fostered by visiting science museums, NASA centers and attending astronaut appearances.
Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:
Girl Scouts Job Shadowing Event NASA MSFC
Scholar Alumni Roundtables Pennsylvania State University, University Park