News Archive / Author: Beverly S Rother
Beverly S Rother has been employed by Delaware North at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in retail, customer service and as an educator since November of 2014. Rother has had an extensive and successful background in luxury travel sales and marketing. Her past career was in medical materials management with contract negotiations, budgets and more. Because space is her passion, she is actively involved in social media with more than 5,000 followers and regularly gives up-to-date information about current and past space industry achievements and milestones. Moreover, she is the secretary of the new South Florida Chapter of the National Space Society. Additionally, she speaks professionally about space tourism and co-authored a children’s book about the Solar System.
Articles By Beverly S Rother
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — While Hurricane Irma only caused minor damage to facilities at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, the storm did destroy a unique plant: a Moon tree. Beginning as one of the hundreds of seeds that were taken to lunar orbit during the Apollo 14 mission in 1971, it was planted at the visitor complex during the United States Bicentennial.