Stanford interview with Gwynne Shotwell, President and COO of SpaceX. She discusses balancing ambitious goals, putting people on Mars in a decade, leading collaboratively, and why she likes making decisions with data.
Gwynn talks about operationalizing booster reuse.
Gwynn still thinks SpaceX will get humans onto Mars by the end of this decade (aka 2030).
She talks about taking risks.
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Falcon Heavy was her best accomplishment—getting Elon to listen.
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