Kathleen Mandt, an Earth and Planetary Scientist, which has conducted a wide range of research including surface features on Mars and the Moon, the composition of the atmospheres of the Earth and Titan and the evolution of atmospheres.
She has nearly a decade of experience in planetary research, six years of which were spent working on NASA-funded instrument teams. She uses numerical modeling to study dynamics and photochemistry in atmospheres, with a special focus on isotopes and the evolution of atmospheres.
"I have also conducted an extensive evaluation of the geomorphology of the Medusae Fossae Formation on Mars. I am now studying plasma interaction with comets on the Rosetta mission and UV spectroscopy of the moon with the LRO LAMP team while continuing work on Titan. I've had the honor of having my research featured in the following NASA press releases."
"Before I started working in science I served in the US Navy and spent 10 years as a stay-at-home mom. I feel so fortunate to have had all of these opportunities. You can read more about me in these interviews: NASA Profile Interview, Women in Planetary Science Interview"
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For the past 17 years I've made my career out of designing and teaching group fitness kickboxing classes. Many of my classes consist of up to 100 people, who range in fitness levels from beginner to advanced-- all in the same class. Obviously this exposed some challenges and hurdles that I needed to overcome in order to keep my classes at the highest quality possible.