"Apollo, Challenger, and Columbia Legacy and Lessons Learned" presented by NASA's Michael Ciannilli

When:  Jan 17, 2024 from 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM (PT)
Associated with  San Francisco Section

ASQ San Francisco Section 604 and the Amazon Lab126 QEM Forum are jointly hosting a
FREE Educational Presentation
Apollo, Challenger, and Columbia Legacy and Lessons Learned
Presented by Michael Ciannilli (pronounced chin-nell-e),
Apollo Challenger Columbia Lessons Learned Program Manager, NASA Kennedy Space Center

The Apollo, Challenger, and Columbia: Legacy and Lessons Learned takes you back in time on a journey to 2003 as Columbia prepares for its 28th mission into space.  Experience the emotional and physical recovery from the STS-107 accident and engage in an extensive conversation on an array of powerful lessons that Columbia teaches us today.  The audience will also travel further back in history to the 1960s through the 1980s revisiting the invaluable lessons learned from the Apollo 1, Apollo 13 and the Challenger accidents.  This experience is brought to you by NASA’s new Apollo Challenger Columbia Lessons Learned Program (ACCLLP).  ACCLLP is NASA’s innovative effort to reimagine, reintroduce and effectively share the lessons learned from its history with an eye towards ensuring successful future missions.

The virtual event will be hosted on Microsoft Teams on
Wednesday, January 17th, 2024, from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM PT.
Attendance is FREE for ASQ Members and Non-Members are Welcome too!

About the Presenter

Michael “Mike” Ciannilli leads NASA’s Apollo, Challenger, Columbia Lessons Learned
Program (ACCLLP).  Previously, Mr. Ciannilli served as NASA Test Director for the Space
Shuttle Program, where he led the entire launch team through space shuttle launch
countdown activities, and was responsible for the processing oversight of the space shuttle
orbiters and ground support systems.  He also served as the Landing Recovery Director
leading contingency operations during launch countdown and landing activities, including a
potential emergency flight crew recovery.  Prior to this, Ciannilli led the creation and
development of the internationally-recognized Forever Remembered exhibit located at the
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.  Ciannilli has received numerous awards
throughout his career, including the prestigious Silver Snoopy Award, NASA Exceptional
Service Medal, Launch and Landing Leadership Award, Launch Countdown Simulation
Contingency Leadership Award, Columbia Recovery Team Award, and a NASA Quest
Outreach Award among many others.

Do not miss this epic event!

Note that this is a virtual meeting in Microsoft Team.

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