DENVER - Space for Humanity is delighted to welcome Sarah Cruddas to our Board of Directors.
Sarah is a space journalist, TV host, author, and global thought leader in the commercial space sector. She has an academic background in astrophysics, specializing in AGN detection.
Sarah is currently the host of the new Prime Time US television series Contact on Discovery and Science Channel. She is also the host of various other US television documentaries about space on Discovery and Science Channel. In the UK, she is a regular face on various national television channels including Sky News, ITV, Channel 5, Channel 4 and the BBC and has appeared on various shows include Coast, Sunday Morning Live, Good Morning Britain and Derren Brown.
Sarah is the author of three Children’s books, the most recent of which, The Space Race, highlights a history of space exploration, as well as possibilities for our space future. She is currently writing her first adults book for publication in 2020.
“Sarah has done incredible work throughout her entire career in forwarding new space and spreading awareness,” Notes Dylan Taylor, Founder of Space for Humanity. “Her global perspective will be very valuable to the organization and we are honored to have her on the board.”
Speaking of the appointment, Sarah Cruddas said "I am delighted to be joining the Board of Directors at Space for Humanity. The exploration of space is the most significant thing we will ever do as a species. However, in order to achieve this, space needs to be for the many, not the few. The work being done at Space for Humanity has the potential to transform not only who space is for, but also life on Earth and the way we see our home planet. I look forward to continuing to work with Space for Humanity, in this new role, helping to make the seemingly impossible, possible."