Alice Enevoldsen has been working in planetariums since 1996, has a B.A. in Astronomy-Geology from Whitman College, and a Masters in Teaching from Seattle University. Her fascination with the stars led her to try her hand at astronomy research in Boston and Walla Walla, where she realized that her calling in life was actually to work in museums and be a translator for scientists. Now she works hard to show people who think science is confusing or hard why astronomers, physicists, and biologists get so worked up - science is everywhere, and discovering new things is exciting!
Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:
How Many Times Can One Spacecraft Leave the Solar System? Podcast, 365 Days of Astronomy
Philae Landing on 67P from Rosetta - KOMO Radio Interview KOMO Radio 97.7FM Seattle
Supermoon Lunar Eclipse Viewing Party 36th Ave SW and Edmonds Ave S
Star Party at Apgar Village in Glacier National Park Glacier National Park