Mentors by Geographic Region: Latin America and the Caribbean

Alessandra Abe Pacini

Space Physicist and Writer (NCEI - NOAA / CU - CIRES)

Verania Echaide

Public relations manager, Mexican Space Agency

Ana Cristina Galhego Rosa

Founder and CEO, DipteronUG

Claudia Nicoli

Brazilian Physicist - USP, Doctor in Space Geophysics - INPE

Adriana Ocampo Uria

Science Program Manager at NASA Headquarters Science Mission Directorate

Victoria Valdivia

Political scientist; Academic, advisor, and researcher on space policy and defense

Notice: Network Mentors take independent committments to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment in the space sector and do not hold official affiliation or status with the United Nations. The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs is not liable for any words spoken or actions taken by Network Mentors. Links, citations, or other references to external websites do not consitute an endorsement on the part of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs or the United Nations.

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