TOP Women in Aerospace & Aviation To Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 91.Alina Vizireanu

91. Alina Vizireanu

EdTech Space | Geo data & IT systems management | STEM Ambassador | SGAC Alumni | Unite Portfolio Leader at Women+ in Geospatial, British Cartographic Society

91. Alina Vizireanu

Average Post Engagement: 10.10


United Kingdom, England

What I use Linkedin for:

LinkedIn is my to-go application to reach professionals in any industry. Over the years, it helped me redesign my brand while, thanks to the people I came in contact with, it has also strengthened my confidence and enabled me to communicate my opinions effectively.

Number of Followers:





Who am I:

I’m a people-oriented person with a strong interest in young people’s development, welfare, and values. As a result, I easily connect with individuals from all walks of life. Through my passion for the space sector and creating collaborations, together with teaching young people about the space industry, I am committed to sharing my experience, hopefully inspiring and empowering more NextGen’ers to reach their true potential.

What I do:

I’m the Founder of AVINTERRA, a young startup incubated with EDUCATE 2.0, dedicated to two core business prospects. First, how can we inspire NextGen’ers through space, mainly downstream sectors, using Geospatial & EO educational courses and platforms for worldwide secondary schools. The second prospect is for the Biodiversity EO data analytics, which addresses the impact of deforestation on air quality.

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

I’m a proactive Geospatial and Earth Observation (GEO) professional, providing business consultancy services and educational lectures worldwide. So follow me if you’re at the begging of your career, need a dedicated Mentor to equip you with confidence and develop a stimulating learning environment around you.

Who I follow on Linkedin

Shelli Brunswick – Space Foundation
Agnieszka Lukaszczyk – VP Planet
Shefali Sharma – Co-founder Oxford Dynamics
Amalia Sterescu – CEO of personal branding and public speaking
Amanda Regan – Head of phi lab, ESA
Ken Davidian – FAA
Corina Neagu – HR & Business Strategist
Torsten Kriening – publisher


Shelli Brunswick

Visionary Thought Leader | Strategic C-Level & Chair | Speaker & Author | Space Pro & Policy Advocate | UNOOSA Space4Women | WBAF Senator for USA | WTN Global Technology Leader & DEI Officer of the Year, Space Foundation

Agnieszka Lukaszczyk, PhD

Vice President, Government Affairs - Europe, Middle East and Africa, Planet

Shefali Sharma

Co-Founder & Director, Oxford Dynamics

Amalia Sterescu

Edupreneur ★ Public Speaking Coach ★ Personal Branding Strategist ★ Career Transition Coach ★ Wellbeing Curious, BrandingYou - Personal Branding Agency

Amanda Regan

Head Φ-lab Invest Office, and Investing in Industrial Innovation (InCubed) Programme Manager, Earth Observation Future Systems Department European Space Agency, ESA-ESRIN, European Space Agency - ESA

Ken Davidian

FAA AST; New Space journal, Virginia Tech

Corina NEAGU

HR & Business Strategist, International Trainer, Executive & Career Coac, PDT Global

Torsten Kriening

Publisher, SpaceWatch.Global

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