Happy Tuesday Y’all!
Together again with the Leading Ladies Of… Aerospace we’re excited to shine the light on Mariam Naseem today. A total rockstar and multi-disciplinary lady influencing the future of space!
Sharing valuable content to help student and young professionals enter the space sector and accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy? ABSOLUTELY.
Read on to learn more about Mariam!
Consultant | Tech Strategist | Business Development | Engineer | Space Advocate.
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Who am I:
I am a multi-passionate, global citizen with experiences across technology and business domains interested in the big questions – What will humanity’s future in space look like? And is there life beyond Earth?
What I do:
I am currently a Visiting Scholar at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science working on science communication projects and collaborating on research involving Ocean Worlds with a scientist at NASA Goddard. I have a global and multi-disciplinary background, having worked as a commercial space consultant, as a technology strategist in the Enterprise Innovation team at one of the largest banks in Canada, as a field engineer on an oil rig in Russia, a manufacturing engineer in a Product Development center in Texas and as a business development manager for a Toronto-based Quantum computing startup. I also serve as National Point of Contact for Canada at the Space Generation Advisory Council, as coordinator for the Next Generation Plenary at the International Astronautical Federation’s WD-YPP Committee and as a SEDS-Canada Advisory Board member.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I share my interest in the state of commercial spaceflight! I am also committed to sharing opportunities enabling students and young professionals to participate in the space sector.
Who I follow on Linkedin:
My interests are vast and diverse. I follow individuals in the space community who are involved in commercial human spaceflight, advocating for space policy and sustainability and planetary scientists who conduct astrobiology research.
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