Space Education Specialist
Melinda Bradley is responsible for implementing a range of the Space Foundation’s space-inspired STEM educational programs including Discover the Universe field trips and virtual programs as well as the Space Foundation Discovery Center’s public programming initiatives for students, teachers, and families.
Bradley graduated from the University of Colorado with her Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Energy Science. During her college career, Bradley obtained an internship through Pikes Peak Community College and NASA to create a payload for high-altitude balloon launch where she won Best Interdisciplinary Engineering Project in 2015. Most recently, Bradley has worked as a Primary Instructor to help students with their math and reading skills. Bradley started at the Space Foundation as a dedicated volunteer and summer educator, where she ran and facilitated the Summer of Discovery field trips.