Ochoa Becomes JSC’s Director

Ochoa Becomes JSC’s Director

Dr Ellen Ochoa has entered into a next phase of her lunar career this month, as per the revelations of a new report, as she now is the first Hispanic as well as the second female director of Johnson Space Center (JSC) of NASA.

She is otherwise a classical flutist and uses to practice each morning. She has told that space travel was something she had never thought of. But, during her graduate school, it became her vision in her agenda of life. It was when she saw women excelling in the field.

It has been found that Ochoa is a four-time astronaut. She has been the first Latina who ever went to space. Now, she has felt highly honored to become the head and has told that she also had the chance to provide training for the role.

She has got lessons over being a senior leader and she has also learned how the operations take place at the center. The woman achiever finds space career as full of excitement and versatility, the report says.

"There's a wonderful history here, and I'm really excited about what we're doing, and it's an honor to lead them and represent them", Ochoa affirmed excitingly.


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