Deputy Director of the Advanced Exploration Systems Division with NASA’s Human
Exploration & Operations Mission Directorate, will give a plenary talk about
the agency’s Mars exploration campaign and its role in the Global Exploration
Roadmap at the 18th Annual International Mars Society Convention, August 13-16
at Catholic University in Washington, D.C.
joined NASA in 1987 at Kennedy Space Center, serving in various positions
within Shuttle Operations, including Shuttle Test Director, Launch Manager,
Assistant Launch Director and Shuttle Launch and Landing Division Chief.
He moved to
NASA headquarters in Washington, D.C. in 2005 as Operations Project Manager for
the newly formulated Constellation Program and later as Ground & Mission
Ops Program Executive. From February 2007 to February 2011, Mr. Guidi served as
Deputy Director, ESMD Strategic Analysis Division which provides integrated
technical and management planning across ESMD and later joined HEOMD in 2011
leading international partnerships, science integration and human spaceflight
architecture planning and analysis.
has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of
Florida and Master’s degrees in Space Systems (Florida Institute of Technology)
and Engineering Management (University of Central Florida).For more information about ...