Black History: Special Delivery!!
Katherine G. Johnson is African American mathematician and physicist. In 1969 she calculated the flight path for NASA’s historic Apollo space mission to the moon. Employed by NASA for over 30 years, she retired from in 1986.
Johnson’s love for math dates back to her childhood. She recalls that she loved to “count everything”. A gifted student, she graduated from high school at age 14.
On November 24, 2015, she was one of 17 individuals to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She is truly a pioneer! She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc! We salute you Soror Jackson!! Well done!
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