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All Hands recap: Dare. Unite. Explore.


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August 30, 2018

The words “Dare. Unite. Explore.” have taken over the intranet and will be appearing all across campus is the coming days, but what do they mean?
 
Mark Geyer, director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center, announced these words as the focal point of his vision for JSC during an all-hands meeting on Aug. 29. The words symbolize a new internal vision at Johnson. We DARE to expand frontiers. We UNITE with our partners to complete bold missions. We EXPLORE space to benefit humanity.

This vision will be used to guide the center to focus on key initiatives as we move toward a new era of American spaceflight. These initiatives will be led by diverse stakeholders across the center to ensure our continued position as the leader of human spaceflight.
 
Learn more about these key initiatives and the diverse team that inspired this bold new mission by visiting strategicplan.jsc.nasa.gov.
 
If you missed the JSC All Hands, you can see the charts here or watch it below.

 
Click play to view Johnson Director Mark Geyer's second All Hands.
 
Mark Geyer, director at NASA's Johnson Space Center, discusses the future he envisions for the center at the Aug. 29 All Hands. Image Credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz
Mark Geyer, director at NASA's Johnson Space Center, discusses the future he envisions for the center at the Aug. 29 All Hands. Image Credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz