TOP Women in Aerospace & Aviation To Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 90. Beth Mund

90. Beth Mund

Analog Astronaut | Chief Narrative Officer | Co Host, Explore Mars Inc.

90. Beth Mund

Average Post Engagement: 10.40


United States

What I use Linkedin for:

Networking and more importantly, finding the stories within the job details of amazing women in space exploration. Then I contact them through LI, and invite them to my podcast, Casual Space, so the rest of the world can hear their stories.

Number of Followers:





Who am I:

I invite people to live a remarkable life.

What I do:

I do this by delivering stories about space exploration as a keynote speaker, podcast host and event moderator.
My work allows me to help connect listeners to entertaining space stories from experts within the space industry (astronauts, engineers, scientists) every week on the Casual Space Podcast.
I inspire and motivate organizations, businesses and teams by providing case studies from space exploration in my keynote programs. And through my company, Stellar Communications, I offer a variety of services from over 25+ years experience that includes speech writing, teaching, advising, corporate and strategic communication. I’ve worked for Motorola, Allstate, United Airlines and NASA. I’ve worked with Mayors, VPs, CEOs, students, engineers, scientists and artists.
I believe we all deserve to live a remarkable life.

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

By following me, I am able to learn more about your work and discover your stories! Then I’m able to select a handful of stories, reach out to you through LinkedIn, and start a conversation that could evolve into a guest appearance on my podcast, where I’m always looking for stories of amazing women in the aerospace industry to showcase. I discover and share these stories to inspire the next generation of explorers- and I tend to find them mostly here on LinkedIn.

Who I follow on Linkedin

I follow Dr. Sian Proctor. Poppy Northcott, Christina Korp, NASA JSC Director Vanessa Wyche and other leaders in the space industry


Dr. Sian Proctor

Inspiration4 Astronaut & Mission Pilot with SpaceX, STAR HARBOR

Frances (Poppy) Northcutt

One time rocket scientist, some time lawyer, full time women's rights activist

Christina Korp

Astronaut Wrangler | Space Advisor | Director of Space for a Better World, SPACE for a Better World

Vanessa Wyche

Director, NASA's Johnson Space Center

Beth’s Favorite Post

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I’ve worked with Dr. Sian Proctor, and it was always her dream to go to space. Getting on the cover of TIME was a bonus she would never had expected, and we laugh at how awesome all of the media attention to her mission was- it a great way- that it brought millions of dollars in support to St. Jude, but it also gave African-American women so much hope seeing Sian become the first female pilot in space.

Beth’s Most Successful Post

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With more than 23,384 impressions, I think so many folks were able to relate to my story of “rejection” and how we can all grow from our career adventures!

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