Frontiers of Flight Museum
Tuesday, Oct, 22nd, 2019
6911 Lemmon Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75209
5:30 – 7:30 PM – Celebration – Food, Drinks, Museum Tours, & Announcements about the exciting NEW Features, Events, and Attractions for EXPO 2020!
7:30 – 9:00 PM – Film Screening – SEA OF SHADOWS – Follow a team of dedicated scientists, high-tech conservationists, investigative journalists and courageous undercover agents as well as the Mexican Navy as they put their lives on the line to save the last remaining vaquitas and bring the vicious international crime syndicate to justice.
EPA Region 6 Regional Administrator.
Former New Mexico Secretary for Energy, Minerals & Natural Resources
Vegan Hippie Chick with a Race Car.
Sports Illustrated Top 10 Female Driver.
CEO of XPRIZE Foundation.
First Female Private Space Explorer with 11-day space expedition to ISS
XPRIZE Foundation is leading incentive competitions to solve humanity’s grand challenges in health and environment and sponsor of the Ansari XPRIZE, a $10 million competition won by SpaceShipOne that inspired commercial spaceflight.
Investigative Journalist and TV Host
Carlos Loret de Mola
Will be in attendance for a Screening of the film Sea of Shadows and a Q&A Session following
Carlos Loret de Mola is one of the most famous celebrities in Mexico. Wherever he shows up, he is recognized and welcomed. But he is also known as a tough-as-nails investigative journalist who does not shy away from exposing corruption and sinister dealings. His most famous investigation helped expose high-level officials who were implicated in drug kingpin El Chapo’s escape from prison. When the vaquita became a national priority in 2015, Loret de Mola started covering the story and quickly discovered that major drug cartels were taking over the business, referring to totoabas as “cocaine of the sea.” It was on his daily TV show, which has more than 30 million viewers, that Loret de Mola exposed the dealings of traffickers such as Oscar Parra (whom the government has nicknamed the “El Chapo of Totoabas”) and government officials vowed to protect the vaquitas.