Imane’s role as part of the SGAC team
As a National Point of Contact for Morocco, I have been working on scientific outreach related to space applications and representing the voice of the next generation on their views of the best use of the space industry. It is the reason why as a 6th AFSGW deputy event manager, I have curated along with the team the best programme possible and reached out to the most relevant decision makers of the country, continent and neighboring countries to exchange with the delegates.
Imane, share with us your reaction to receiving the nomination
SGAC has played a huge part in my career and my activities within the organization have taken most of my time during the last 6 years. Getting such recognition from my second Space Family is such an honor and the best tribute to my humble participation in the activities of SPace Generation. #SpaceGen4Ever.
What learnings have you got for those considering joining SGAC?
Teamwork is essential to make Things Happen. SGAC has been very essential for not only all the milestones I have achieved in my professional career in a relatively short time but also for the soft skills I have developed through dealing with different people from different cultural backgrounds. Putting effort to hack how to work the best together is the key to your success. And the 6th AFSGW is the proof of that success thanks to all the team and to our main partner of the workshop: the Moroccan Initiative for Space Industry’s tremendous support which I would never thank enough.
Would you like to share with us a special quote you feel guided by, or how would you motivate others to stay focused on their goals?
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.