20. Rikhi (Rukmini) Roy
Systems Safety & Certification Intern, Kitty Hawk | FAA Graduate Researcher | Brooke Owens Fellow | WoAA D&I Chair | AIAA Scholar | Founder of Singapore's first 'Women Leaders in Aerospace Conference'
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What I use Linkedin for:
Finding inspiring mentors and peers
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Who am I:
I am passionate about aerospace systems safety, advocating for diversity and inclusion, and the well-being of minorities in STEM. My life’s purpose is to change the face globally of aviation safety with a spectrally diverse leadership team.
What I do:
I am a Systems Safety Engineer for Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing Vehicles (air taxis/ flying cars) and a Graduate Student at the Aerospace Systems Design Lab at Georgia Tech researching for the Federal Aviation Administration.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I am incredibly passionate about the well-being of minorities in STEM and share stories, thoughts and musings on taking care of ourselves to further propel our success. I believe it is crucial to recognise that intersections in which we exist in to feel like we are thriving in these spaces, instead of merely surviving
Who I follow on Linkedin:
Aerospace industry executives and peers.
My favourite or most successful post:
My favorite post is a recent article I shared on my write-up about the ‘fear of success’ and what it means in the context of gender-minorities in aerospace. It is part of a column I write for the global non-profit Rocket Women and it is such an honor to be able to share my thoughts on wellness, and personal and professional development for the modern day rocket woman