Dr. Mary Ellen Weber is a former NASA astronaut and a veteran of two space shuttle missions, flying once to the International Space Station (ISS).
Dr. Weber left NASA in 2002 and is currently a consultant on technology innovation, strategic and technical communications, and leadership for high-risk operations.
She serves on several boards, and is a recurring lecturer at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Mgmt. and the University of Texas Austin's McCombs School of Business.
An active competitive skydiver for over 30 years with nearly 6000 skydives, Dr. Weber holds a world record and 19 U.S. National Skydiving Championship medals.