Cécile Saltzman is a Human Resources Specialist at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC) in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. She leads SSC employee relations, including the broad impact areas of performance management and workforce culture. Under her guidance, SSC has repeatedly ranked among the top 5 agency subcomponents as Best Places to Work across the Federal Government. Saltzman was appointed by the Bush Administration as a Presidential Management Intern to NASA in 2001 and served as a Program Analyst in the SSC Center Operations Directorate and Systems Integration Office prior to her current role. She is a graduate of the University of South Alabama with a Master of Public Administration and holds an undergraduate degree in social work from the Union Institute & University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Recognized on numerous occasions for outstanding achievements, she is a recipient of the astronaut corps’ prestigious Space Flight Awareness Silver Snoopy Award.
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