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To commemorate Women’s History Month as well as Diversity Month, the Diversity and Gender Equality Project Group from the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) has come up with a series of webinars to showcase women of SGAC. For each webinar, 2 women from each one of the SGAC regions will speak about their background and professional experience, including their role within SGAC.

Join us during your lunch or coffee break and enjoy a nice 45 minutes of discussion with the panelists. You will be able to engage with them in the chat and ask your questions. 

This episode will feature women from the European region.


The Speakers :

Alina Vizireanu

Alina Vizireanu is a Geospatial and Earth Observation professional with a drive toward Human Development in the Space sector. With over 15 years of experience, Alina founded AVINTERRA Consulting, where the team is focused on making a change in the monitoring of climate resilience programs and addressing the societal impact of biodiversity loss. In addition, Alina volunteers her spare time for organisations that aim to make a difference in NextGen’s development, creating programs and collaborating with organisations at a global level. SGAC Alumna, a member of the IAF Space Education and Outreach Committee and Women+ in Geospatial, she is a mentor and advisor for young people and startups through her coaching business, Starseeds.

Alexandra Jercaianu

Alexandra is currently working as a Project Manager for Euroconsult – a consulting company fully dedicated to space and satellite vertical markets – where she works on several program development tracks for Euroconsult’s flagship event, the World Satellite Business Week (WSBW) whilst also contributing to space policy and programs consulting missions for global governmental and industry clients. Before Euroconsult, Alexandra worked as a Project Manager for Eurisy, where she focused on building bridges between space and non-space sector markets to strengthen the diffusion of satellite-derived innovation, technology, and data.  


Prior to switching to the space sector, she admits having never considered a professional path within this sector, nor the venues open to non-STEM academic profiles. She argues that encountering the enthusiastic and diverse global community of volunteers at SGAC has played a significant role in her decision to continue in space and motivates her to give back her skills to empower others to bring about positive change in the sector.


Alexandra holds degrees in International Security and Conflict Studies from the Paris School of International Affairs (SciencesPo) and Romania’s National School of Political Studies & Public Administration and is a recipient of the International Astronautical Federation’s 2019 Emerging Space Leaders Award.

Patricia Mounayer

Patricia Mounayer is a lawyer admitted to the Beirut Bar, currently living in Paris. She is the founder of the network Oumi Women which promotes solidarity between women.

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