Kathie Scobee Fulgham is the daughter of Challenger astronaut Dick Scobee and June Scobee Rodgers, Ph.D.
The scope of Kathie's experience and leadership skills are grounded in a well-rounded career of team-play, where creative interchanges, along with goal completion, have been benchmarks of success. She focuses on public relations, special events, writing, editing, media relations, fundraising, marketing and website development.
While Kathie's work in Chattanooga has been concentrated on her projects with the Mayor, the Tennessee Aquarium and Waterfront endeavors, she also worked for two of the most highly respected institutions in the nation: Rice University and Texas A&M University.
In addition to serving on the Astronauts Memorial Foundation Board, Kathie currently serves as a board member for Crime Stoppers, Hamilton County Department of Education Fund for Excellence, H*Art Gallery and advisory board member of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education. Past board service includes the Houston Museum, First Things First and the Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum.
She was named a 2012 Woman of Distinction.