Dr Alice Bunn is the International Director at the UK Space Agency responsible for the UK’s international partnerships in space, both large and small; ensuring the security and resilience of our valuable space programmes; and harnessing the inspirational effect of space for skills and education. Alice is vice chair of the Council of the European Space Agency; sits on the Board of Directors at the US Space Foundation; is a member of the Imperial Space Lab Strategic Advisory Board and the Imperial Space Lab Strategic Advisory Board. She is also co-chair of the World Economic Forum Future Global Council on Space technology and a fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Alice also has a PhD in Metallurgy from Darwin College, University of Cambridge. When not thinking about space, Alice can be found looking after her four children. Recently, she has discovered a new passion for wild swimming.
I hope through international space missions, we can shake up better cooperation back on Earth.
Favourite TED Talk:
A reality check on renewables