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Beth Mund

Casual Space Podcast Host & Keynote Speaker & SpaceCom 2020 Moderator
Casual Space Podcast


Beth Mund delivers contagious enthusiasm for space advocacy, drawing on her experience as the former Public Affairs Officer for NASA and more than 20+ years of speaking and executive speech writing.

From US Space Camp attendee to Space Academy instructor, Beth’s passion for space exploration and future- forward innovations has never waned. As an International Space Station Communications Officer and official NASA spokesperson –the first person answering the phones during the Columbia disaster – Beth faced the task of conveying highly technical information in a way that was relatable, clear, and human.

Since then, Beth has gone on to wow audiences across the nation with her captivating keynotes and workshops, bringing listeners on a journey through the final frontier, leaving them filled with wonder, enthusiasm, and inspired ideas to implement within their own organizations.

As the host of the weekly podcast, Casual Space, Beth is dedicated to bringing the stories from the space exploration industry to her ever-growing community of students, businesses, investors and space enthusiasts. Beth’s guests include astronauts, engineers, authors, and industry leaders, sharing space exploration events and perspectives with listeners from around the world.

“I’ve been a space enthusiast my entire life. Working at NASA gave me a front-seat view of how space exploration, and exploration in general, is such a crucial element in how we progress and move forward. The abundance of benefits we have implemented here on Earth as a result of our nation’s space program (spinoffs) are just the beginning! And space exploration benefits everyone. Everyone.

Listen to Beth and her expert space guests each week on Casual Space at: or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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