Meet today’s Leading Ladies Of… Aerospace, Mars Pioneer and one of kind professional, Karin Brünnemann! She runs a one-woman company without a STEM degree that has made a dent in the space industry.
Involved in Mars exploration, digital transformation projects, organizational change initiatives, Karin focuses on the human factors and cultrual aspects in space exploration.
Karin is absolutely professional, focussed and solution oriented. She´s got a great hand of spreading enthusiasm to the team she is working with, without loosing a single bit of control and focus to the project s itself.
Read on to learn more about her and her contributions to the space industry!
Karin Brünnemann, PMP
Project Manager | Trainer & Coach | Mars Pioneer Slovakia Contact info Borospace
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What I use Linkedin for:
I use LinkedIn for worldwide networking. Besides growing my own network, I also bring other people together whenever I sense there could be innovation and mutual benefits from their cooperation. I also have frequent 1-on-1 message exchange with interesting people, often resulting in online meetings and discussions about business or life. I use LinkedIn to make connections, not to accumulate followers.
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Consulting & Training / Space Industry
Who am I:
I am passionate about human factors in space exploration. I am greatly interested in space psychology and cultural aspects of space exploration. I want to make space professionals aware of cultural differences and the synergies we can create when learning from other cultures.I want to create a place in space for girls and women. I want space to be a place for people from all cultures and all walks of life.
What I do:
I provide consulting as well as training and coaching tailored to the space industry. I am part of several research teams around the globe, investigating human factors in space exploration.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
Follow me if you want to learn more about human factors and cultural aspects in space exploration, or if you want to see how I as a one-woman company without a STEM degree can make a contribution to the space industry.
Who I follow on Linkedin:
I am connecting rather than following. I connect with people I have met and worked with, and with people I find interesting. I connect with people who have interesting ideas and work in different fields all over the world. I follow not only large companies but a lot of small enterprises who are very innovative.
My favourite or most successful post:
I like this recent post about me providing some pro-bono training to a group of Israeli space researchers. I like it because it is a good example of how such training can open people’s minds for cultural differences and their importance in space exploration. It helped greatly in breaking down stereotypes about different nationalities, gender, etc.