Brooks Comments on Leadership Change at Marshall Space Flight Center
Washington, DC— Monday afternoon, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05), who is Vice-Chair of the House Space Subcommittee, praised outgoing Marshall Space Flight Center Director Todd May and congratulated incoming acting director Jody Singer on her appointment.
Brooks said, “Throughout his career, Todd May’s work at NASA has been key to expanding America’s space exploration. Todd has been an exceptional leader and excellent partner to me on numerous issues important to the Marshall Space Flight Center in the Tennessee Valley— one of NASA's largest field installations. His leadership at Marshall as center director, deputy center director, and SLS program manager helped propel NASA’s overall mission success and helped guide Marshall as policy changes in Washington impacted the center. I wish Todd well in his next endeavor, and I am pleased he will remain in the Tennessee Valley.”
Congressman Brooks and Director May
at Marshall Space Flight Center in January 2018
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Brooks continued, “I offer my congratulations to Jody Singer on being appointed as acting director of Marshall Space Flight Center. Jody has a tremendous depth of experience at NASA, and as Vice-Chair of the House Space Subcommittee I look forward to working closely with her to maintain and expand Marshall’s role in current and future missions. With a career spanning 30 years at NASA, most recently as deputy director of Marshall, Jody has extensive knowledge of the projects most important to the center and she has the proven ability to lead Marshall during America’s exciting return to manned deep space exploration.”