Marsha Freeman was born in New York City. and was educated at Queens College and Columbia University. She is the author of hundreds of articles on the U.S. space program and has been published in Fusion Magazine, Executive Intelligence Review, 21st Century Science & Technology, Acta Astronautica, Space World, New Federalist newspaper, Science Books & Films, Space Governance Journal, The World & I, Quest, The Encyclopedia of the Midwest, and many other periodicals.
In 1993 she authored the acclaimed book “How We Got to the Moon: The Story of the German Space Pioneers” and then in 2000 she authored “Challenges of Human Space Exploration.”
She has been a witness before the United States Congress at hearings on science, energy, space, and transportation budgets and policies.
Marsha has been an invited speaker at conferences and symposia on energy, space, and technology topics; a guest lecturer at New York University; an invited speaker by the AIAA and NASA Ames Research Center; and presenter at International Astronautical Federation Congresses. She lives with her husband in Virginia.