I am the project manager for the Voyager Interstellar mission, and I am also the project manager for the Spitzer Space Telescope. These two are unrelated projects, although they are both well into their lifetimes as missions; both are in their extended missions. I am responsible for managing these two projects, making sure that each meets its schedule, that we follow the processes we have established and that we take as much science data as we can without adding risk to the mission. I am also responsible for making sure the activities happen within the budget. I travel to Washington D.C. two to three times each year to do the budget negotiations with NASA headquarters. When I go, I can cover both of my projects with one trip. I typically also take one science trip for each project. For example, I just got back from the American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting -- that is where Voyager announces its science results. The American Astronomical Society meeting is where Spitzer announces its science results.