Daphne Dador joined NASA as a Legislative Affairs Specialist at the Office of Legislative & Intergovernmental Affairs (OLIA) at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., in September 2010. OLIA's mission is to provide executive leadership, direction, and coordination of all communications and relationships related to legislative issues between NASA and the U.S. Congress, state and local government, and space-related associations and citizen's groups. As an active member of the space community, Daphne has volunteered with a variety of national and international space-related organizations such as Women in Aerospace, the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, the International Space University-DC-Alumni Group, the Space Generation Congress, and Yuri's Night. In 2004, she founded the George Washington University Space Society. Committed to representing the space community and its needs Daphne hopes to inspire the next generation of space professionals. She is a native northern Californian and a second-generation Filipino-American.
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