In partnership with Future Space Leaders Foundation (FSLF) and SATELLITE 2017, SGAC will host its second SGx talk series. SGx is a technology-focused event that will bring together young professionals with experts in the industry and government leaders to discuss pressing issues and innovative ideas in the space industry in a brand new way.
When: Monday, March 6 from 9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC
Young Professionals and Students
Registration includes access to SGx (Monday 6th March), programme, coffee breaks, and lunch.
To register, please visit the SGx SATELLITE registration website: http://www.satshow.com/sgx/
- Michael Lopez-Alegria, Director of Business Development, Axiom Space
- Carl Marchetto, Vice President and General Manager, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co.
- Aaron Lewis, Vice President, Corporate Communications & Government Relations, Arianespace
- Paul Graziani, CEO and Co-founder of Analytical Graphics, Inc (AGI)
- Debra Facktor Lepore, Vice President and General Manager, Strategic Operations and Commercial Aerospace, Ball Aerospace
- Michele Franci, Chief Technology Officer, Inmarsat Global, Ltd.
- Charity Weeden, Senior Policy Director, SIA
- Will Pomerantz, Vice President, Special Projects, Virgin Galactic
- Bruno Fromont, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Intelsat General
- Whitney Lohmeyer, Systems Engineer, OneWeb
- Eric Stallmer, President, CSF
- Barrett Caldwell, Professor of Industrial Engineering, Purdue University
- Laura Stiles, Aerospace Engineer, Blue Origin
- Suzi McBride, Senior Vice President, OneWeb
- Kavya Manyapu, Flight Crew Operations Engineer, CST-100 Starliner Spacecraft, Boeing
- Janet Karika, Executive Director of Interagency Launch Programs, Jacobs
- Danielle R. Wood, Goddard Applied Sciences Manager, NASA
- Carie Lemack, CEO and Co-founder, DreamUp
- Ryan Nobel, Legislative Affairs and Contracts Facilitator, Bigelow Aerospace
- Carie Mullins, Senior Engineer, Bryce Space and Technology, LLC
Coffee Break Sponsor