Bettina Inclán is a seasoned communications and strategic thinker with a deep understanding of the nation’s political and cultural landscape. She is an innovative self-starter with nearly two decades of experience in communications and external affairs.

She has led an award-winning team as Associate Administrator for Communications at the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), the highest communications post for America’s space program, achieving record-breaking results through a resurgence in human space exploration.

Her expertise in strategic thinking, government relations, and branding has delivered positive outcomes in the public and private sectors. Bettina has advised executives on effective public strategies aiding them in developing winning coalitions, strengthen diversity and inclusion efforts, and how to navigate crisis communications.

A former business owner and national SirusXM radio host, she cut her teeth working on Capitol Hill, political campaigns and has run various non-profit organizations. Bettina was named the “Woman to Watch” by Running Start, an organization that inspires girls to run for public office. She has also been recognized by Latina Magazine, Cosmo for Latinas, Hispanic Business Magazine and The Skimm.

Bettina graduated from Florida International University. She and her husband are raising two young sons who love race cars and space. She is a first-generation American, the proud daughter of a Cuban exile and a Mexican immigrant.