Lisa Schott

Lisa Schott is the President and Principal Acoustical Consultant at Quietly Making Noise, LLC. She is responsible for acoustical modeling, design of noise control equipment, sound testing, and assisting clients in complying with noise regulations, specifications, good neighbor guidelines, and OSHA requirements. She has extensive experience in industrial, commercial, and residential noise control. Ms. Schott is an executive manager with over 20 years of acoustical and environmental engineering knowledge, power and energy industry background, building construction experience, and power plant auxiliary and balance of plant systems expertise, and is available to assist customers with solving difficult noise problems and overcoming current challenges related to acoustics and noise control. Ms. Schott has a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is active in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Home Builders Association and is a member of the Acoustical Society of America, Air & Waste Management Association, and International Gas Turbine Institute. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, is Founder and President of the Astronaut Scholars Honor Society, and is a regular volunteer at Give Kids the World Village. She received the Astronaut Scholarship from 1987-1990 and has served on the Board of Directors since 1997. Lisa is on the Advisory Board of the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech and has been appointed to the Georgia Tech Council of Outstanding Young Engineering Alumni. See www.quietlymakingnoise.com.

Broadcast 996 (Special Edition)

Guests: Reda Anderson; Linn LeBlanc , and Lisa Schott. Reda Anderson was the guest for the first of hour of this special two hour Space Show television program filmed in Cape Canaveral to talk about her adventure travel, including being the first person to sign up to ride on Rocketplane. Though this discussion was supplemented with pictures which we are unable to show you at this time, the discussion remains very important and valuable. We started our discussion by asking Reda "Why do you want to go to space?" As it turns out Reda is an adventurer and she loves to do things.

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