In a space agency filled with trailblazers, Sally K. Ride was a pioneer of a different sort. The California physicist broke the gender barrier 29 years ago when she launched aboard space shuttle Challenger’s STS-7 mission on June 18, 1983 to become America’s first woman in space. She was certainly a pillar of Women at NASA, long before it was popular. Since Sally many women have continued to break barriers and join the NASA team. Come learn about the roles and responsibilities of women in aerospace and outer space. Chief Scientist Eileen Stansbery and NASA Engineer Heather Paul will discuss what it takes to lead at NASA.