motivational Speaker     NOT TO BE MISSED!!!!
The Bucks Business Network Invites Business Owners and Managers to a Business Seminar by

Enjoy a presentation by ASTRONAUT STORY MUSGRAVE  focused on building a strong team, addressing difficult business challenges and being your best everyday.

Call 718.351.2557 to reserve your seat!

DATE   :  Wednesday May 11th 2011
TIME    :  8 am to 10 am
COST    : $15 per guest
PLACE : The RENAISSANCE 2131 Hylan Blvd, S.I. NY, 10306  718.987.3883

Story Musgrave is a professional motivational speaker emphasizing leadership, teamwork, innovation and creativity. Former NASA astronaut, Story Musgrave delivers leadership and teamwork program as a professional speaker.

Dr. Story Musgrave's NASA career spanned the Apollo era to the Space Shuttle program into initial development of space walk strategies for the International Space Station. He loves to share his experiences as an astronaut, marine, surgeon, scientist and literary critic.

NASA selected Dr. Musgrave as an astronaut scientist in August 1967. He completed astronaut academic training and then worked on the design and development of the Skylab Program. Story learned invaluable leadership and teamwork skills as a backup science-pilot for the first Skylab mission, and was a CAPCOM for the second and third Skylab missions. Dr. Musgrave participated in the design and development of all Space Shuttle extra vehicular activity equipment including space suits, life support systems, airlocks, and manned maneuvering units. From 1979 to 1982, and 1983 to 1984, he was assigned as a test and verification pilot in the Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory at JSC.

Dr. Story Musgrave applies unique perspective to his favorite photographs (in the form of slides) of our Earth, the Heavens and Humanity. His powerful motivational speaker messages , and stories will stir leadership, teamwork, innovation and creativity for all audiences.

This is a photograph of Story Musgrave performing the first space walk from any space shuttle on mission STS-6, on April 7, 1983, during an orbital pass over a portion of Mexico's state of Jalisco.

EXPERIENCE: Musgrave entered the United States Marine Corps in 1953, served as an aviation electrician and instrument technician, and as an aircraft crew chief while completing duty assignments in Korea, Japan, Hawaii, and aboard the carrier USS WASP in the Far East.
He has flown 17,700 hours in 160 different types of civilian and military aircraft, including 7,500 hours in jet aircraft. He has earned FAA ratings for instructor, instrument instructor, glider instructor, and airline transport pilot, and US Air Force Wings. An accomplished parachutist, he has made more than 500 free falls including over 100 experimental free-fall descents involved with the study of human aerodynamics.
Dr. Musgrave was employed as a mathematician and operations analyst by the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York, during 1958.
He served a surgical internship at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington from 1964 to 1965, and continued there as a U. S. Air Force postdoctoral fellow (1965-1966), working in aerospace medicine and physiology, and as a National Heart Institute postdoctoral fellow (1966-1967), teaching and doing research in cardiovascular and exercise physiology. From 1967 to 1989, he continued clinical and scientific training as a part-time surgeon at the Denver General Hospital and as a part-time professor of physiology and biophysics at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.
He has written 25 scientific papers in the areas of aerospace medicine and physiology, temperature regulation, exercise physiology, and clinical surgery.

Story's NASA astronaut experience fuels his passion to instill innovation, creativity, leadership and teamwork skills as a motivational speaker.