Las Vegas., March 19, 2019
Lieutenant Governor Kate Marshall has been appointed the
Honorary Chair of the Aerospace States Association - Nevada
Governor Kate Marshall joins Vice Chair of the ASA - Nevada Chapter, Reza
Karamooz, an engineer and aerospace, aviation, and STEM education expert, in
efforts to lead Nevada forward.
am excited to be part of this innovative and dedicated group of individuals
working together to develop our next generation of scientists, engineers and
entrepreneurs in aviation and aerospace.” said Marshall, “Bringing awareness to
the opportunities for our young men and women who want to become the new
pioneers in the aerospace industry aligns well with my office’s focus on STEM,
economic development and entrepreneurship.”
Aerospace States Association (ASA) is an organization of appointed delegates
and association members who work to cultivate partnerships among government,
education, industry, and other associations within the greater aerospace and
aviation community. ASA represents states’ interests within federal aerospace
and aviation policy development.
an honor to have Lt. Governor Marshall join our leadership team. I look forward
to collaborating with her and utilizing her vast knowledge and expertise as we
work to advance aerospace within Nevada,” says Karamooz.
ASA: The Aerospace States Association (ASA) is a 501c3 organization of state
elected officials working to advance aviation and space flight in member states
and throughout the nation. ASA is a nonpartisan organization of Lt.
Governors, Governor appointed delegates, and associate members from aerospace
organizations and academia. representing state's interests in federal aerospace
and aviation policy development. ASA advocates on behalf of all 50 states for
research and design funding, workforce training, economic development in
aerospace and aviation, excellence in science, technology, engineering and math
(STEM) education, and keeping states competitive in a global marketplace.
is the only aerospace advocacy organization that represents states through the
active participation of state elected officials. Visit www.aerostates.org for