The UK has a powerful and growing pipeline of talent who within the UK space sector are working with pace to keep up with the opportunities that the UK National Space Strategy presents.
From protecting national assets and enabling secure communications between our Armed Forces and allies, to being at the forefront of making history with the UK’s vertical space launch programme, the women of Lockheed Martin are integral to our success in meeting the challenge of the UK being one of the most innovative and attractive space economies in the world.
Women of UK Space
Launching the UK's Next Space Era
To address all the burgeoning areas of opportunity, Lavery is also looking at how Lockheed Martin can leverage the best of its space partnerships for future space initiatives in the UK.
Work With a National Impact
In her role as a senior systems engineer in a classified environment, Jennfier keeps a finger on the pulse on what will be the future of the UK’s space strategy.
Women of Weather
Protecting Life & Property
Weathering the Storms to Come
All Systems are Go with Arleen Knaub, who manages the systems engineering team for GOES-T.
Learning and Growing
From the age of five, NOAA's program director for GOES-R Series of satellites Pam Sullivan knew she wanted to work in space.
Understanding Climate Change
Cassie is building Lockheed Martin's first Climate Intelligence program and understands the significance of using weather data to study our changing planet.