Mother of 11 Children & NASA’s Return to the Moon - Meaningful Trends Interview with Allyson Reneau
Enjoy our next Meaningful Trends Interview Series guest Allyson Reneau. Allyson is sharing her remarkable path to finding her second mission in life after raising her beautiful children and starting a new career at 50.
After raising her 11 children, running her own business, and graduating from Harvard, Allyson dedicated herself to bringing her life-changing message to conferences around the world. As a keynote speaker, she inspires her audiences to break through the boundaries that limit them, and design a fulfilling future.
As an award-winning professional gymnastics coach, Allyson has spent the last 20 years motivating and mentoring children in her community. She has produced hundreds of state, national and world champions. She believes in investing in the next generation, and teaching them that faith—plus a strong work ethic—equals success!
In May of 2016, Allyson graduated from Harvard with a Masters in International Relations, and a Focus in US Space Policy. Her award-winning Harvard thesis has been published repeatedly, and influenced NASA’s return to the Moon. In 2014, she attended the NASA sponsored International Space University. Allyson advocates in Washington DC for human spaceflight and exploration.
Allyson was a graduate of Harvard University obtaining her Masters in International Relations and US Space Policy. She also attended the NASA-sponsored International Space University in Montreal, and was asked to teach space entrepreneurship for ISU for several years.
She has held internships at NASA Headquarters in Washington DC, the FAA Commercial Spaceflight Office, and the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
Her award-winning Harvard thesis has been published as the #1 new release on Amazon— and referred to as a framework for our current US Space Policy on NASA’s return to the Moon. Allyson has been in high demand internationally to advise space-emerging nations on the importance of a national space program, speaking with Presidents, as well as members of their cabinet. Her passion to elevate the educational levels of women and children motivates her deeply.
She is a successful business owner and is a coach of Olympic hopefuls in the sport of gymnastics, and the mother of 11 biological children. In pursuit of a lifelong dream, Allyson graduated summa cum laude from Harvard with her Masters degree, and was nominated as Harvard’s 2019 Emerging Leader of the Year.
While attending Harvard, she also trained at Juilliard in New York City in Piano Performance. Allyson enjoys running, jumping horses, flying, skiing and golfing, and has held her pilot’s license for over 35 years.
She has been featured on the NBC’s Today Show, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and countless magazines, radio shows, and newspapers.
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