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Dr. Carol Sue Rosin

Carol Sue Rosin (born March 29, 1944; Wilmington, Delaware) is an award-winning educator, author, and a leading aerospace executive and space and missile defense consultant. She is a former spokesperson for Wernher von Braun and has consulted to a number of companies, organizations, government departments and the intelligence community. She is the current President of the Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space (ISCOS) which she Founded. Dr. Rosin has received the support of various prominent individuals, some of whom are on the website http://www.peaceinspace.com. She is also a witness for The Disclosure Project.


She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Delaware and an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities from Archbishop Soloman Gbadebo, Nigeria.

Rosin, an educator, became the first woman to hold the executive position of Corporate Manager at Fairchild Industries from 1974 through 1977, where she met the late Dr. Wernher von Braun. When they first met in early 1974, Von Braun was dying of cancer. According to Rosin's accounts, Von Braun spent the last years of his life explaining to her his position that space-based weapons are dangerous, destabilizing, too costly, unnecessary, and unworkable, and explaining the available alternatives. He asked Dr. Rosin to be his spokesperson and to appear on occasions when he was too ill to speak. Her first speech for him was to the National Education Association where she introduced satellites as a tool for teachers to 18,000 educators. He also asked her to take on the challenge of educating about the need to ban ALL space-based weapons by educating decision makers and the grassroots about how the Military Industrial Complex can feasibly be transformed into a peaceful world cooperative space exploration complex...creating a global cooperative space program that will be large enough to replace the entire war game and mindset...and build a security system based on collaboration and information sharing, a stimulated economy that will provide more jobs and profits (and training programs) than during any hot or cold wartime, applied technologies and information that can provide solutions to urgent and potential man-made or natural disasters and solve problems of human needs, our common environment, and new energy.

According to Rosin, von Braun also spoke of the existence of "Off Planet Cultures" (extraterrestrials) and about how these OPC's are going to be identified as being "enemies", when they are not enemies.

Space weapons and future technology applications consultant

Rosin has been a consultant to corporations and organizations, including TRW, Disney, GE, IBM and the National Space Institute on space and defense. She has testified before the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Senate, the President's Commission on Space and has met with people in over 100 countries about the feasibility of banning space-based weapons.

Current life

Carol Rosin is the Founder of the Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space (ISCOS). She is World Peace Ambassador for the International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), a UN-NGO (ECOSOC).

On http://www.peaceinspace.com, one can find the prominent co-authors of the Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2011 including Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Dr. Scott Jones, Abe Krieger, Commander Will Miller, Ret., and supporter Former Canadian Minister of Defense, Honorable Paul Hellyer.

She currently lives in the United States. The global Call to Action is posted on http://www.peaceinspace.com where one can find a more extensive biography, and the Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2011 can be downloaded. The intention is to have this Treaty signed into law during 2011-2012.


Rosin has received the Space Humanitarian Award in 2000 from the United Societies in Space for her 30 years of dedication on the subject, a Science Teachers Gold Medal Award, an Aviation Writers Award and an American Society of Engineering Educators Award for organizing the motivation program "It's Your Turn" for youth, women and minorities.


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carol_Rosin
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