Welcome to week 28! Insane that we’ve passed the halfway mark on 2021. Today we have the incredible honor of featuring this Tuesday’s Leading Ladies Of… Aerospace Spotlight, Adele Gamarano! A committed Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society with 5+ years of airport operational experience and a limitless passion for Space and spaceports. This woman is definitely spearheading the world’s transition to the New Space Economy.
“The words which really sum up Adele are Enthusiastic, Resilient and an Innovative Problem Solver!” – Helen Downey
She has provided inspiration and sparked the younger generations interest in STEM while also promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Talk about going above and beyond.
This is only the tip of the iceberg. Read on and connect with Adele to learn how to take things to the next level!
Adele Gammarano MSc MRAeS
Integration Manager | Fascinated about Space
Average Post Engagement:
What I use Linkedin for:
Aviation/Space updates and networking
Number of Followers:
Space and Aviation
Who am I:
I am passionate about the Space industry with a focus on Spaceport development and curious about the future of human space exploration. Also, I am an enthusiastic advocate of Women in Aviation and Aerospace and the promotion of equitable and inclusive workplaces by empowering, inspiring and nurturing role models.
What I do:
I love working in the Aviation industry despite the fact we have been badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, is still remaining a dynamic and enjoyable environment. In the meantime, I am continuing studying and researching on Space topics and taking part in online events.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I publish regularly updates on Space topics, from latest missions, new opportunities, new developments and most important I share public international events which can be useful if you are interested in joining.
Who I follow on Linkedin:
I mainly follow Spaceports, spaceflight operators, Aviation & Aerospace companies. I follow up in particular SpaceSpecialists Ltd as they organize international talks every Tuesday (SpaceMates Online)
My favourite or most successful post:
Brief summary overview of the first commercial vertical and horizontal small satellite launch from UK spaceports and links to the draft regulations and guidance documents for the people interested to find out more.