|Bethanne Hull, center, with Center Director Bob Cabana and Deputy Center Director Janet Petro.
August 23, 2016, (Kennedy Space Center, FL.) – Recently, a Wichita Tribal Enterprise, LLC (WTE) Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Kennedy Institutional Support Services III (KISS III) Contract employee was presented with the Early Career Public Achievement Medal. Ms. Bethanne Hull was presented the award by KSC Center Director Bob Cabana and Deputy Center Director Janet Petro.
Hull was presented the award for exemplary, dedication and contribution to NASA’s Educations projects. This prestigious NASA medal is awarded to non-government employees for unusual and significant performance during the first 10 years of their career in support of the Agency. Performance is characterized by unusual initiative or a creative achievement that clearly demonstrates a significant contribution in the individual’s discipline area that directly contributes to NASA’s mission and goals. This contribution is significant, in that, for an employee who is at such an early phase of career, the contribution has substantially improved the discipline area.
WTE President, Robert White, had this to say, “This is an amazing accomplishment for Bethanne, I am very proud of her and all that she contributes to WTE and the contract.”
Wichita Tribal Enterprises, LLC (WTE) is a Native American, Tribally-owned, 8(a) certified, small disadvantaged business and the Prime Contractor of the Financial and Business Management Services (FBMS) contract in NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, TX. For more information, please visit our website at www.wichita-tribe.com