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Retired NASA Astronaut Dr. Bonnie Dunbar to Speak at Girl Scout Luncheon

— The keynote speaker at the Annual Girls Scout Spokane Community Leadership Luncheon will be retired NASA Astronaut Bonnie Dunbar, Ph.D., NAE, veteran of five space flights, accomplished engineering and science educator. The fundraising luncheon will be on Tuesday, March 26 from noon-1:15 pm at the Spokane Convention Center. Dr. Dunbar will speak about her experiences as a female astronaut and her passion for STEM education.

Virtually every female astronaut who has flown in space is a Girl Scout. Dr. Dunbar is a Girl Scout alumna and a Sunnyside, Wash. native. An MD Anderson Professor of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Houston, Dunbar is also the Director of the University's STEM Center. She has devoted her life to furthering engineering and science education.

Dunbar will share her stories about leadership as a female astronaut, the importance of young women to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math and her leadership related to STEM education. In addition to Dunbar's keynote address, local Girl Scouts who are participating in projects to further their Girl Scout journey and contribute to our community will share their Girl Scouting experiences.

There is no cost to attend the luncheon, but is an annual fundraising event for Girl Scouts Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Guests will be asked to make a donation during the luncheon and to consider a gift of at least $101 in honor of Girl Scouting's 101st birthday. This event is reservation only. Reservations will be accepted until March 15. To reserve a table for eight guests or to make an individual reservation contact Lydia Duffy, GSEWNI events specialist, at 800-827-9478, ext. 204 or events@gsewni.org.

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