34. Sushil Karam
Average Post Engagement: 49.2
USA, UAE, Australia
What I use Linkedin for:
Networking with industry peers, partners and talent
Number of Followers:
Who am I:
I’m a problem solver;and with each problem that I address I learn and grow as an individual. Space exploration and climate are perhaps some of the most challenging problems humanity faces and rather than waiting for such challenges to be addressed through global politics and leadership, I want to be part of the process, working together with talented and inspiring individuals to solve such critical problems.
What I do:
I head strategy efforts to help build ThinkOrbital into an emerging and innovative space infrastructure developer. I engage the technical and business teams to find a balance between our space exploration goals and commercial success. At the same time, I engage with international space agencies, potential customers and partners, to collaborate and prepare our space platforms for the new space economy.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
Follow me if you like to read interesting ideas about the new space economy and join us through our exciting ThinkOrbital journey: on a mission to deliver large volume multi-mission space platforms.
Who I follow on Linkedin
Michael Sheetz and JJ Snow for some insightful updates on space tech
HH Sheikh Hamdan and Mohammad Al Gergawi for some inspiring progress on UAE’s strategic initiatives
Special shoutout to Beth Mund and Emily Carney — two of my favourite space podcast hosts out there, sharing amazing news and spaceflight history!
Sushil’s Favorite Post
❝This post from the Space and Things podcast where our CTO, Jim MacConnell, talks through why getting humans from planet A to B would require a range of servicing capabilities on-orbit, which is what ThinkOrbital is working towards delivering. The clip is a great snapshot of where we see the space economy growing and the role ThinkOrbital can play to support such an evolution.❞
Sushil’s Favorite Post
❝I’m very passionate about what we’re building at ThinkOrbital and usually when we share our ideas or progress it seems to drive more interest from Linkedin followers, which is great motivation for the ThinkOrbital team.❞