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First Saudi female elected to a leading position in IAF

September 25, 2022
Saudi Arabia Eng. Mishael Al-Shamimari was elected to the position of vice-president of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in Paris.
Saudi Arabia Eng. Mishael Al-Shamimari was elected to the position of vice-president of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in Paris.

PARIS — The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) announced that the representative of Saudi Arabia Eng. Mishael Al-Shamimari has been elected to the position of vice-president of the IAF, after securing the votes of 14 international candidates.

As the Saudi representative, Eng. Al-Shamimari’s success in winning the votes of the Federation members is attributable to her ambitious vision for the development of the global space sector.

She was elected to the post as she could contribute to the development of the International Astronautical Federation strategic directions, in addition to consolidating the Kingdom's leadership position in the space sector, developing international cooperation.

The IAF’s membership is made up of more than 400 representatives of institutions and organizations around the world.

It has close relations with the International Academy of Astronautics and the International Institute of Space Law, and constitutes a platform for experts from space agencies to research, share knowledge and recognize achievements through its prestigious annual awards.

The IAF’s activities, publications and global network prepare the future workforce of the space sector, supporting students and young professionals and raising awareness around space sector issues. — SPA


September 25, 2022
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