Throughout March, we're spotlighting women creators we admire and who inspire us.

For the first interview of our Spotlight on Women Creators series, author and journalist Jessica Hopper spoke with Sabrina Thompson. Sabrina is a (literal) rocket scientist focused on designing orbit trajectories for space missions at NASA and has always had ideas that move beyond her day job. Outside of NASA, she established Girl in Space Club to make STEM fun and fashionable for girls and women. Through space-focused art, a sci-fi book series, a unique fashion line, and a signature STEM educational program, GISC leverages multiple lines of business to inspire more girls to become tomorrow’s innovators. Sabrina is also the creator of The First Women's Space Travel Suit, which funded successfully on Kickstarter.

For more, visit our site, where you can also find interviews with women creators from The Creative Independent, as well as live Kickstarter projects by women creators to pledge to and support.

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