Elisabetta Lamboglia is a senior professional with extensive expertise in space systems, programmatic, and strategic planning. Remarkably, already at the age of 23 she completed her first professional experience as maintenance engineer at Alitalia S.p.A, at 26 she participated to the UNISAT-4 launch campaign at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, and shortly thereafter, she first joined ESTEC, the European Space Technological Center of the European Space Agency (ESA). With a Master of Science degree in Astronautic Engineering, earned with the highest honours, Elisabetta embarked on a journey at the International Space University at the NASA Ames Research Centre in 2009, where she made significant contributions to the DREAM project for The World Bank Group. After a working experience in the Marine and Off-Shore Industry, her unwavering enthusiasm for exploring our Planet Earth led her to take on the role of external officer for the PRISMA project of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) in 2013, and in 2015, she pursued a postgraduate degree in International Relations at the London School of Economics (LSE). Elisabetta serves as an influential advocate for women in STEM fields, both in Italy (through 100esperte.it) and throughout Europe. Currently Ph.D candidate in geo information at ‘Tor Vergata’, she leads various endeavours related to the ESA Climate and Sustainability and Cost Engineering for the Earth Observation programs.
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