Marcia Lindstrom leads the Strategic Communications Team for NASA’s Space Launch System, the SLS – America’s rocket being designed to carry humans to the Moon and on to Mars. Prior to joining the SLS team, Marcia managed the External Relations Office for NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and before that served as the Communications Strategist for NASA Headquarters leading the Agency’s efforts for large-scale events. Marcia came to NASA after more than a decade of work at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Her tenure at the Center involved development efforts such as the Saturn V Restoration and included a 6-year stint as the Director of Operations for the Center’s world-renowned Space Camp programs. Marcia is a veteran of the USAF.