Who am I?

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Today I am stepping into my new life as a lion tamer.  No really, I am just a Rocket Scientist and a Pilot!  I love- flying, world travel, snowboarding, and pursuing new business ideas.  More simply, I strive to enjoy everyday by building meaningful relationships with the people in my life.  I believe the most important moment is now and the most important person is the one you are with.  I hope that you can find something valuable through my life experiences and findings. I intend to constantly explore life… so come with me!

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Resume:

  • Flying Qualities Flight Test Engineer for the F-35, Joint Strike Fighter
  • Private Pilots License, Single Engine, Land Prop  😀
  • Mentor for WomenSoar Program, inspiring young women in aviation
  • Big Sister for Big Brother’s Big Sisters
  • Masters in Aerospace (Systems) Engineering from Georgia Tech
  • Bachelors in Mechanical Eng. (Aero, Math Minor) from Old Dominion
  • Senior Multi-Disciplinary Systems Engineer at Not-for-Profit
  • Flight Dynamics Branch at NASA, Langley Space Center
  • Sounding Rocket Microgravity Research (Cancer Cells) for NASA
  • Mission Control, Launch at NASA Wallops Island
  • World Futurist for BAE Systems
  • Shock and Vibration Testing for Department of Defense
  • Submarine, Ship oversight for Department of Defense
  • Wind Tunnel Testing and Simulators for NASA
  • Advances in Information Technology for BAE Systems
  • Modeling for Events and Promotion, Action Event Promotions
  • Calculus II Teacher’s Assistant, Tutor
  • Bartender- New York, Cartoon Characters
  • Studied Solar Flares and Aurora Borealis
  • Indoor Rockclimbing, Cross-country running, Snowboarding
  • Risk/Adrenaline Junky: Skydiving, Cliff Jumping, Flying, Walking with Lions, Go-kart racing, Motorcycle trips, Roaming through the streets of Nairobi,
  • Dabbled w/many forms of dance: 2-step, Country Line Dance, Salsa, Tango, Meringue, Belly Dancing, Hip-hop.

E-mail: rocketscientress@gmail.com

From this hour I ordain myself loos’d of limits and imaginary lines, Going where I list, my own master total and absolute, Listening to others, considering well what they say, Pausing, searching, receiving, contemplating, Gently, but with undeniable will divesting myself of the holds that would hold me.” ~Walt Whitman, “Song of the Open Road”

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4 responses

21 10 2009
greekphysique

Ha! What’s this part about SpongeBob Squarepants?! And I like your freckles in this photo above! I hadn’t seen a close-up before–you have such delicate-looking skin. 🙂

21 12 2009
Aaron

Hi Morgan, Great Blog! Youre terribly interesting. I liked the Africa stories. Good luck with your travels and blog. Best, Aaron

28 12 2009
Roman Rackwitz

Great Blog. I Found it because you left a comment on Tim Ferris Blog. I’m also pusuing business at the moment to achieve financial and time-freedom for the future to do the things I love. Reading about people like you is inspiring and motivating. So thanks for sharing your experiences. I liked your african stories very much. I went to DR Kongo this year for a couple of weeks to work for a non-profit organization. An amazing country. Good luck for you next activities and perhaps sometime I see you in Africa 😉

7 03 2011
Guy Across the Aisle

Hey, update your blog. Performance engineer? Yeah, right… You’re with FQ. No body better. Welcome to the team!

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