SGAC announces the winner of the SGx/SATELLITE 2022 SGAC-SSPI Essay Competition.

The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), the Future Space Leaders Foundation (FSLF), SATELLITE, organizers of SGx2022, have joined forces with Space & Satellite Professionals Internationals (SSPI) to bring one person to attend SGx2022 on 21st March, providing complimentary entrance to SATELLITE on 21st-24th March and an invitation to the 2022 Space & Satellite Hall of Fame Medaling Ceremony and Reception at SATELLITE. SGx and SSPI activities during SATELLITE will be hosted in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC, USA, on 21st-22nd March 2022.

Eniko Molnar

  Eniko Molnar works as a Project Manager at a UK technology and innovation company that helps organisations benefit from satellite applications and technologies. Eniko graduated from Corvinus University of Budapest with a B.A in Applied Economics and with an M.A. in Business Development. She has completed Aerospace Management studies at Toulouse Business School, and has been passionate about the aerospace sector ever since. Prior to her current role, she worked in the airline and aviation industry.


  “I’m honored to have been selected for the SGAC-SSPI essay competition award. This is an incredible opportunity for me to learn about the sector from industry experts and government leaders, and to discuss innovative ideas with like-minded professionals.”