Across America and around the world, you have an opportunity to schedule me as a guest speaker for your organization, and somebody else foots the bill.
My inclusion in the AIAA Distinguished Lecturer Manual means that AIAA Sections or Student Branches across the USA can request me as a guest speaker, and have all my travel costs reimbursed by their general fund.
It is common for local AIAA Sections to team with other local organizations. So, if you’d like me as a guest speaker and are not AIAA, just talk to your local AIAA group.
I can even help you find them.
The AIAA has 58 local Sections across the US, for example, the Cape Canaveral AIAA Section. They also have over 200 Student Branches, for example, Cleveland State University. Besides US local sections, about one fifth of AIAA members from 86 countries are associated with international sections.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the professional society for aerospace engineers with a mission to:
“…address the professional needs and interests of the past, current, and future aerospace workforce and to advance the state of aerospace science, engineering, technology, operations, and policy to benefit our global society.”
For more information on AIAA, see AIAA.org.
For more information on who I am and what topics I speak on, take a look at this web site’s presentations and publications page, or read my entry in the AIAA Distinguished Lecturer Manual: