Primarily I am a NASA project manager at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). A project manager is a leader of a group of individuals focused on a common goal or product. My most recent project leadership assignment, which I was pleased to be a part of a team of an outstanding group of scientists and engineers, was the development of a low, free flying orbital spacecraft called FASTSAT (Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology SATellite). (We launched this spacecraft in November 2010 and are currently performing mission operations.) FASTSAT has six instruments and weighs 165 kilograms. It was launched into a near polar orbit at about a 72 degree inclination, from the island of Kodiak, Alaska. Its primary goal is Earth-viewing research and technology. NASA supports three Earth-viewing space weather and atmospheric research science activities flying on this mission.