Date(s) - 12/06/2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
What’s been going on in Ensenada? If you went on the Cruise for a Cause, you were part of the news. Things happen when you work to fix up an education center that serves special needs children in Mexico. Learn how glitches can make for a fun time and a great project.
Alfred Anzaldúa is a retired U.S. State Department diplomat and thirty-plus-year veteran of space advocacy. As a U.S. Foreign Service Officer, he carried out diplomatic and science/environment work, primarily in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Washington D.C. Alfred is the National Space Society Executive Vice President, Chair of the NSS Policy Committee, Deputy Chair of the NSS International Committee, and Tucson L5 Space Society International Relations Coordinator. He has authored a series of articles on space-development issues in the Space Review, the Reflector, Ad Astra, and other publications, including the 5th volume of the Aerospace Technology Working Group Book published by the Secure World Foundation, et al. As a member of the NSS Policy Committee, Alfred is often the lead author of NSS policy papers. He also has given presentations and exhibitions on space-related subjects in English and Spanish dating back to 1985.