When the Space Shuttle Columbia broke up over Texas on Febuary 1, 2003, one woman and her team of 25 were assigned the task of helping the Johnson Space Center workers through the shock and grief of what had happened all while dealing with her own grief as a member of the JSC family.
NEWS 92 FM’s Lana Hughes talks with Wylie Science Technology and Engineering’s Jackie Reese, Director of JSC’s Employee Assistance Program, about that tragic day and the emotional road that lay ahead.
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