Governor Appoints SDL'S Cliff Holle as State Science Advisor
August 20, 2001
LOGAN — Governor Leavitt has recently appointed Cliff Holle, Business Development Manager of the Space Dynamics Laboratory as Utah's delegate to the Aerospace
"I am very grateful to Governor Leavitt for providing me the opportunity to serve the State of Utah in this capacity," said Holle.
ASA is a scientific and educational organization of governor-appointed delegates. These delegates are organized from over forty states and the District of Columbia. It strives to promote a state-based perspective in federal aerospace policy development. It also supports state aerospace initiatives that enhance student/teacher education outreach and economic development opportunities
"Holle's experience with the Space Dynamics Laboratory at Utah State University ensures that he will provide a valuable state-based perspective in the federal aerospace policy development in which ASA is involved," said Governor Leavitt.
"ASA's vision for new and innovative space-based education initiatives and their efforts to encourage aerospace-based economic development are quite exciting," said Holle "My aim is to assist in bringing Utah's unique aerospace-related capabilities to the national forefront and bring home new partnership and development opportunities."