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Corporate Member Connect Series

AIAA corporate members are invited to explore the latest in aerospace research and development while networking with aerospace organizations across the globe. This new virtual series creates interactive opportunities that generates interest and awareness on upcoming business development efforts. Designed to foster relationships and create new personal experiences to continue to drive the aerospace industry forward.


 Upoming Events

AIAA is working on building beneficial programming for our corporate members. If you would like to request a corporate member connect series event, please contact  Nancy Hilliard.

More coming soon.

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International Space Station. | Credit: NASA

AIAA corporate members are invited to explore the latest in aerospace research and development while networking with aerospace organizations across the globe.  This event will feature representatives on behalf of the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory. Corporate members will have the ability to engage with the following representatives who have intrinsic knowledge of the ISS National Lab, and work in cooperative agreement with NASA daily to fully utilize the orbiting business incubator to bring value to our nation, and enable a robust market in low Earth orbit:

Christine-Kretz-roundedChristine Kretz, Vice President of Programs and Partnerships



Ken-Savin-roundedKen Savin, Sr., Program Director of In-Space Production Applications



Sven-Eenmaa-roundedSven Eenmaa, Director of Investment and Economic Analysis



Corporate members will have the ability to understand the strategic practices of the ISS National Lab, understand space investment and business trends, and learn about programmatic priorities of the space station.

If you are an AIAA corporate member and would like your organization to attend this event, please send an email to  Nancy Hilliard.

Corporate Member RSVP


About AIAA Corporate Membership

AIAA Corporate Membership fosters an environment for aerospace leadership and technical excellence that enables companies to expand their industry presence, improve workforce development, get involved with aerospace advocacy, and participate in purposeful collaboration. Learn More

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 On Demand

Previous webinars may contain recorded sessions. Please check individual webinar pages below for more information.

 

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International Space Station. | Credit: NASA

AIAA corporate members are invited to explore the latest in aerospace research and development while networking with aerospace organizations across the globe.  This event will feature representatives on behalf of the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory. Corporate members will have the ability to engage with the following representatives who have intrinsic knowledge of the ISS National Lab, and work in cooperative agreement with NASA daily to fully utilize the orbiting business incubator to bring value to our nation, and enable a robust market in low Earth orbit:

Christine-Kretz-roundedChristine Kretz, Vice President of Programs and Partnerships



Ken-Savin-roundedKen Savin, Sr., Program Director of In-Space Production Applications



Sven-Eenmaa-roundedSven Eenmaa, Director of Investment and Economic Analysis



Corporate members will have the ability to understand the strategic practices of the ISS National Lab, understand space investment and business trends, and learn about programmatic priorities of the space station.

If you are an AIAA corporate member and would like your organization to attend this event, please send an email to  Nancy Hilliard.

Corporate Member RSVP


About AIAA Corporate Membership

AIAA Corporate Membership fosters an environment for aerospace leadership and technical excellence that enables companies to expand their industry presence, improve workforce development, get involved with aerospace advocacy, and participate in purposeful collaboration. Learn More

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 Corporate Member Connect at Forums
ISS-NASA-350

International Space Station. | Credit: NASA

AIAA corporate members are invited to explore the latest in aerospace research and development while networking with aerospace organizations across the globe.  This event will feature representatives on behalf of the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory. Corporate members will have the ability to engage with the following representatives who have intrinsic knowledge of the ISS National Lab, and work in cooperative agreement with NASA daily to fully utilize the orbiting business incubator to bring value to our nation, and enable a robust market in low Earth orbit:

Christine-Kretz-roundedChristine Kretz, Vice President of Programs and Partnerships



Ken-Savin-roundedKen Savin, Sr., Program Director of In-Space Production Applications



Sven-Eenmaa-roundedSven Eenmaa, Director of Investment and Economic Analysis



Corporate members will have the ability to understand the strategic practices of the ISS National Lab, understand space investment and business trends, and learn about programmatic priorities of the space station.

If you are an AIAA corporate member and would like your organization to attend this event, please send an email to  Nancy Hilliard.

Corporate Member RSVP


About AIAA Corporate Membership

AIAA Corporate Membership fosters an environment for aerospace leadership and technical excellence that enables companies to expand their industry presence, improve workforce development, get involved with aerospace advocacy, and participate in purposeful collaboration. Learn More

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This webinar series is an exclusive corporate member event. Contact  Nancy Hilliard for more information.


About AIAA Corporate Membership

AIAA Corporate Membership fosters an environment for aerospace leadership and technical excellence that enables companies to expand their industry presence, improve workforce development, get involved with aerospace advocacy, and participate in purposeful collaboration. Learn More