José Godinho Uzcategui (Venezuela) was part of the Organising team for both, the 4th E-SGW in London, UK, and Space Generation Congress 2019, held in Washington, DC.
The exception of February 2020 is that SGAC is proud to present two nominated Members of the Month:
Daniel Wischert is a national trainee working in the Concurrent Design Facility (CDF) of the European Space Agency (ESA) at ESTEC in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. As a space systems engineer, he supports the feasibility assessment and conceptual design of future space missions and new spacecraft concepts for all ESA programmes.
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 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.
As a former refugee who had the privilege of getting educated all the way to a Masters degree and specialising in space, Ahmed Abdi could firsthand appreciate the benefits of space has had for humanity and how it could mitigate if not prevent some of the crises that have happened in places like Somalia including the civil war, deforestation, food insecurity, famine/droughts, etc.
Ksenia Synkova is a young passionate professional with more than 6 years of work experience in Marketing and Communications, and a solid background in International Affairs.
Florence Duveiller is currently a project officer at the French Defense Innovation Agency. Her role is to define the strategy of the use of nanosatellites by the French army. Starting from September 2019, she will join the CNES's Operations Division, where she will be part of the team in charge of mission analysis and operations of Earth observation satellites CSO (Optical Space component).
Gourav has been a highly motivated and active member of the strategic partnerships team. He has led the development of the SGAC jobs board, working with people across SGAC and beyond to bring great value to our members. He is incredibly hard working and dedicated - a huge asset to the team and to SGAC”