TOP Women in Aerospace & Aviation To Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 85. Vered Susanne Cohen-Barzilay

85. Vered Susanne Cohen-Barzilay

Founder Director, Out of the Box

85. Vered Susanne Cohen-Barzilay

Average Post Engagement: 13.80


Israel and Global

What I use Linkedin for:

I use Linkedin for work. To catch up with the aerospace industry and publish our international activities. (Space & aviation education and special projects)

Number of Followers:



Aerospace & Aviation


Who am I:

I am passionate about Space and Aviation.
My life purpose is to make space accessible for everyone to dream and dare! To raise the numbers of female pilots in the world and to send female astronauts from the Middle East to space.

What I do:

I am an Israeli-born entrepreneur and tenacious advocate for aviation, space, and science education. Founder and CEO of “Out of the Box”, a social enterprise promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in aerospace. I am a mentor at the UNOOSA Space4women network , Mentor at Starburst IAI, Global Women in Leadership Award (GCPIT) winner (2022), and 1000+ space tech leaders list (2021), Space tech analytics.

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

You should follow me because I am not just sharing up-to-date information about aerospace and space innovation and education, but also sharing my insights too. One of my agendas is to share information about women in space and aviation as part of my efforts to promote women in space. Last but not least, I occasionally post about opportunities for individuals and organizations to participate in our challenges and space programs. My personal motto is: Dare to Dream ! I hope to meet more dreamers in my networks.

Who I follow on Linkedin

Scott “Kidd” Poteet, Suzy Cunningham, Holly Branson.

Scott "Kidd" Poteet

Mission Pilot, Polaris Dawn

Suzy Cunningham

1st Aerospace engineer (It IS Rocket Science), NASA KSC Strategy & Integration Manager, mentor, auto enthusiast, singer, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Holly Branson

Chief Purpose and Vision Officer, Virgin

Vered’s Favorite Post

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I fear I lost people’s attention on this post, but I was very proud of the activities that we led to connect girls to aviation. The first time in Israel we were able to bring girls (despite Covid) for a life-changing experience. 

Vered’s Successful Post

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I’m not sure if its the most successful but it was a very meaningful one, leading a panel in Dubai shortly after Abraham’s Accords. As an Israeli, it was a dream come true to see a peaceful middle east and meet (and host on stage) very inspiring women from the space and aviation industry. 

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