Mae Jemison is a doctor who was born in Decatur, Alabama, U.S. in 17/10/1956 and is now 67 years old. Mae Jemison has a net worth of $2 Million.
What is Mae Jemison Net Worth?
Mae Jemison's net worth is 2 Million.
How old is Mae Jemison?
Mae Jemison is 67 years old.
What is Mae Jemison Birthday?
Mae Jemison's birthday is 17/10/1956.
What is Mae Jemison Zodiac Sign?
Mae Jemison's zodiac sign is Libra.
What is Mae Jemison's Real Birth Name?
Mae Jemison's real birth name is Mae Carol Jemison.
Where is Mae Jemison's Birthplace?
Mae Jemison's birthplace is Decatur, Alabama, U.S..
How Tall is Mae Jemison?
Mae Jemison height is 5'9'' (175.26 cm).
What is Mae Jemison Nationality?
Mae Jemison nationality is United States.
What are Mae Jemison's Professions?
Mae Jemison's professions are Astronaut, Engineer, Physician.
Who is Mae Jemison?
Mae Carol Jemison is an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut. She became the first black woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. Jemison joined NASA's astronaut corps in 1987 and was selected to serve for the STS-47 mission, during which she orbited the Earth for nearly eight days on September 12–20, 1992. Born in Alabama and raised in Chicago, Jemison graduated from Stanford University with degrees in chemical engineering as well as African and African-American studies. She then earned her medical degree from Cornell University. Jemison was a doctor for the Peace Corps in Liberia and Sierra Leone from 1983 until 1985 and worked as a general practitioner. In pursuit of becoming an astronaut, she applied to NASA. Jemison left NASA in 1993 and founded a technology research company. She later formed a non-profit educational foundation and through the foundation is the principal of the 100 Year Starship project funded by DARPA. Jemison also wrote several books for children and appeared on television several times, including in a 1993 episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. She holds several honorary doctorates and has been inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame and the International Space Hall of Fame.