30 June 2017

SGAC is proud to announce the following appointments in our global team:


Jessica A. Deihl (USA)

Jessica A. Deihl is an attorney with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center focusing on a wide variety of government contract and fiscal law issues including Interagency and Space Act Agreements, contract financing, public-private partnerships, and procurements.  Jessica originally joined NASA as a Presidential Management Fellow at NASA Headquarters working in Human Spaceflight and supporting the Commercial Spaceflight Program.  During that time, Jessica took a detail to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Chief Counsel, to support the Office of Commercial Space Transportation.  Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and her Juris Doctor from the American University, Washington College of Law where she served as the Managing Editor of the Business Law Review. 


Diego A. Guillén Rosapérez (Peru)

Diego A. Guillén Rosapérez is a mechatronic engineer from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and has specialized in innovation and technology. He studied at the Johannes Kepler Universität Linz in Austria and at the Georgetown University in the United States. He was invited to participate at the United Nations Workshop on Space Technology in Costa Rica as delegate of The Mars Society Peru. He has been selected by the Peruvian National Council of Science, Technology and Technological Innovation to participate in a program of professional development in Washington D.C. He is Director of The Mars Society Peru, institution with who he has co-organized the 2nd SA-SGW, funded by Cienciactiva from CONCYTEC. 
Oscar Ivan Ojeda Ramirez (Colombia)

Oscar Ivan Ojeda Ramirez is a Mechanical engineering student from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, where he founded and is currently the CTO of the Aerospace Research and Development Group (GIDA-UN), Directing projects on rocket propulsion, systems integration, and life support systems. Oscar is currently doing his thesis at the University of Purdue on 3D printing of cementitious materials. He has participated on international congresses in the aerospace field, such as the Argentinean Congress of Space Technology (CATE), and the International Astronautical Congress. Currently he holds the possition of National Point of Contact (NPoC) in the Space Generation Advisory Council, where he co manages the third South America - Space Generation Workshop, SA-SGW.


Abraham Tobiloba Akinwale (Nigeria)

Abraham Tobiloba Akinwale is a graduate of Mechanical Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He is the president of Space Club OAU and a big enthusiast of Space Exploration and Application. He has taken part two times in the Find an Asteroid Campaign, SGAC (2014 & 2015).  He is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Nigerian Institute of Mechanical Engineering, OAU Chapter. He is an environment engineer, waste and energy engineering. And a junior auditor and a computer analyst. He will be the Event Manager for the First African Space Generation Workshop. In my private time, he loves writing, cooking and meditating. He is very much interested in economic development in terms of structural growth and industrialisation, and building capacity towards producing results. 

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