The achievements and contributions of Mae Jemison in the fields of space research, dancing, business, acting, medical profession, and science communication, are discussed. She has successfully conducted experiments in space as the National Aeronautics & Space Administration's first female African American astronaut and entertained people as an actor in the Television serial, Starship Enterprise. She has significantly contributed as a doctor, dancer, technology entrepreneur, and science communicator and can speak Russian, Swahili, and Japanese languages. She also delivers frequent lectures on science literacy and diversity, as a spokeswoman for the science education programs of the chemical company, Bayer. She has founded several science programs, such as an international science camp for teenagers where solutions for solving global problems are discussed.