NASA’s Nicholas Skytland and Alicia Llewellyn preview the NASA Open Government Plan 2.0 which highlights the progress that NASA has made in the Open Government arena, and plots a course for the future.  Nicholas and Alicia talk about some of the influences and inspirations for the new-style plan, and share with listeners an insight into the process of embedding Open Government into the culture of the agency.

About Nicholas Skytland

  • Nicholas Skytland is a NASA engineer, designer, entrepreneur, and advocate for NASA’s Open Government Initiative. He has a passion for engaging all generations in the adventure of space exploration and is continually working to help NASA embrace new technologies, increase public participation and innovate on how the Agency does business. Combining elements of space exploration, science, technology, visual art and storytelling, Nicholas is well known for many of his presentations promoting NASA, the human space program, participatory exploration and the Open Government initiative.

Ali LlewellynAbout Alicia Llewellyn

  • Ali Llewellyn is OpenGov Community Advocate at NASA.  Ali has almost 5 years of experience at NASA, developing better and more open business processes, telling stories about NASA’s exciting life sciences work, bridging the gap between generations in the workforce on use of technology, and co-leading an international education outreach pilot project encouraging students to “train like an astronaut.” She has a bachelor’s degree in classics from the University of Texas and studied cross-cultural communication and people movements in graduate school.

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