Episode 0106: Rebekah Rounds
Release Date: 10/16/2019
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Have you ever daydreamed about space? Wondered if humans will go more frequently to the stars? Questioned whether a burgeoning career in such a field exists? Enter Rebekah Rounds who proves not only is all of this possible, but that as far as careers go, is very much available today. In this 6th episode Rebekah shares her journey into space law, advice, and what needs to change in order to realize a universe that's innovative yet supportive of national security and civil initiatives in space.info_outline Episode 0105: Rachel Lyons
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Have you ever daydreamed about space? Wondered if humans will go more frequently to the stars? Questioned whether a burgeoning career in such a field exists? Enter Rebekah Rounds who proves that not only is all of this possible, but that much of it is in-the-works and, as far as careers go, is very much available today. Discover in this 6th episode of Mission Eve Rebekah's journey into space law, what inspires her about the future, advice for young women in the industry (or thinking of entering), and what we need to change in order to realize a balanced universe that's both innovative yet supportive of national security and civil initiatives in space.
Enter inspiration. Enter a new generation. Enter brave and bold new ideas that will forever change our future in space.