Senior editor for Science & Innovation, National Geographic (USA)
Victoria Jaggard is the senior editor for Science & Innovation at National Geographic. Before joining Nat Geo, Jaggard was a science editor for Smithsonian magazine. She has also served as physical sciences news editor for New Scientist and as a reporter for Chemical & Engineering News. During her career, Jaggard has dug for fossils in Wyoming, ridden a prototype moon buggy, and held an astrolabe used by Galileo. She received a degree in science writing/journalism from Lehigh University. When she’s not geeking out over space exploration, Jaggard can be found playing video games, watching anime, or singing in the nearest karaoke bar.