SGAC is proud to announce the following appointments to our team after the latest round of vacancy applications.
In alignment with our vision to employ the creativity and vigour of the youth, SGAC is proud to announce more than 27 newly selected members of our organisation. We are an ever expanding organisation with 15,000 plus members coming from 150 countries and we strongly believe the diversity in our organisation sends a strong voice to the Space Industry.
In 2018, SGAC decided to create a new award to recognize those who truly go above and beyond in their work for our organization. The award was named “Pioneer” to reflect the innovative and adventurous spirit of SGAC, and the recipients are those select few who personify the values of our organization and have consistently gone above and beyond in fulfilling our mission. In 2019, three exceptional members received this distinction in recognition of their dedication and contribution to SGAC over the past few years and months.
Pilar Guerrero Gallarín (22/08/1991) graduated from Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros of Seville as an Aeronautical engineer and from École Centrale Paris as Centrale’s engineer major in Mechanics, Aeronautics and Space in 2015.
The objective of the SGAC Member Survey 2019 is to gain more meaningful insights into the SGAC network. You have time to fill it in until January 31st.
Join us at the first edition of New Space Economy (NSE) European ExpoForum. The NSE ExpoForum is organised by Fondazione E. Amaldi and Fiera Roma in cooperation with the Space Foundation and supported by the Italian Space Agency (ASI), with a contribution by the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC). The NSE ExpoForum is an international event focused on the [...]
The Space Generation Congress (SGC) is the annual meeting of the Space Generation Advisory Council held in conjunction with the International Astronautical Congress. More than a year before SGC begins, there are people volunteering countless hours during their early mornings, lunch breaks, and evenings to put together the experience that you, the delegates and partners, attend every fall.
Antonio Fowl Stark (KangSan Kim) is a South Korean international business developer and space policy analyst. He has worked for startup accelerators and venture capital firms such as 500 Startups and Softbank Ventures, focusing on implementing UN Sustainable Development Goals for corporations.
SGAC is very pleased and honoured to announce that James D. Burke has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the SGAC Alumni Award! James D. Burke has been selected based on his ongoing support to SGAC and genuine care for the next generation, actively supporting and empowering space young professionals and students.
The Space4Earth Hackathon will provide a platform for SGAC members to innovate and solve UN-SDGs based challenges in interprofessional and multidisciplinary groups. Join us in Washington DC, Sunday 20 October 2019, just before IAC!