"A voice for those who don't have one": We celebrate Black History Month.

"A voice for those who don't have one": We celebrate Black History Month.

Dr Christyl Johnson from NASA joins us to celebrate Black History Month.
To celebrate Black History Month here in the UK, we welcome Dr Christyl Johnson, Deputy Center Director for Technology and Research Investments at the Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA), to the podcast. Christyl tells us which black leaders inspire her, and what she'd say to the next generation of emerging leaders.

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