Space Forum February 15: NSS Space Policy and March Storm

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The National Space Society invites you to the next Space Forum

Thursday, February 15, 2024, 9:00 pm to 10:15 pm EST

NSS Space Policy and March Storm

With Special Guest Jonathan Dagle
Technologist, Futurist, and Strategist
NSS Policy Chair and Planetary Defense Policy Lead

Jon Dagle

Join us for an enlightening Town Hall presentation that delves into the crucial role the NSS plays in shaping and influencing space policy. NSS Policy Committee Chair Jonathan Dagle will explain the journey from NSS policy formulation to implementation, shedding light on how NSS positions are developed and disseminated. Gain insights into NSS’s strategic focus on key policy areas and discover actionable ways for your active participation.

Members have a unique opportunity to become pivotal figures in policy advocacy by participating in the March Storm in Washington, D.C., from March 11 to 13, 2024. This annual space advocacy event aims to influence policy decisions and secure funding for space-related programs. The March Storm brings together citizen-advocates to engage with congressional representatives, advocating for priorities that align with space exploration, development, and human expansion – all integral components of the NSS mission.

Seize the chance to engage directly with lawmakers and their staff during the March Storm, advocating for the significance of space development, exploration, and technology. Jonathan will provide insights into the workings of the March Storm and guide you on how to get involved, ensuring you can directly impact space policy and contribute to the future of the space program. Don’t miss this informative and timely Town Hall, showcasing how both the NSS and you can actively shape space policy. Register today using the link below.

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Jonathan Dagle is a technologist, futurist, and strategist. He helps organizations craft strategies and implement technologies to better achieve their goals. A retired Air Force officer with diverse, international experiences, Jon has served as a bombing range manager in Germany, an air combat operations planner, an aircrew instructor, strategist at Air Force “Checkmate,” and created the Air National Guard’s strategy division. He participated in several war-games, managed and participated in think tank research studies, and consulted on several Army War College studies.

Jonathan is the Policy Chair and Planetary Defense Policy Lead for the National Space Society. He is responsible for overseeing the development of NSS positions on legislation and other space matters. He also leads the development of planetary defense policy. He represents NSS as a board member on the Alliance for Space Development.

Register today to reserve your seat and ask your questions. Use the link below.

Register no later than February 15 at 8 pm EST

Past NSS Space Forums and Town Halls may be viewed here.


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