Hello AIAA Member,
We have an exciting event coming up! A two-parter involving a Hidden Figures movie night over Netflix Party followed by a panel of women in the space community. You are welcome to take part in both or just tune in afterwards for the panel!
For August, AYAA and AIAA are hosting a fireside discussion between a panel of women from across different areas of the space community, industry and academia. This event includes an optional pre-event you can also join starting at 6:00 PM, a Netflix Party hosted using a Google extension which can be downloaded here: https://bit.ly/NetflixPartyChromeExtensionDownload
(You must have Netflix to participate in the pre-event but can log in live to Zoom for free for the panel discussion!)
For the pre-panel Netflix Party, we will be watching Hidden Figures and will then head over to the Zoom call to join the audience for the following panel. This panel starting at 7:30 PM is an opportunity to hear from talented women who will share general career advice, their inspiration for entering space and stories from their time as a Woman in the space community. You do not have to join the Netflix party ahead of the panel to follow the discussion but a few of the panellists may be referring to the themes and events of the movie as part of the overall discussion.
Grab a ticket on Eventbrite so we can send you a link to Zoom so you can join the panel. A joining link for the Netflix Party will also be sent out closer to the event, or you can tune into the Zoom room that opens at 6 to grab the link from chat. Keep your eyes out for further details as the event draws closer.
TBA (Watch our Eventbrite and Facebook for Updates!)
About the organisers:
Australian Youth Aerospace Association - AYAA is a volunteer-managed, a not-for-profit organisation with the objective of promoting the aerospace industry to young Australians. AYAA hosts three major annual events, the Australian Youth Aerospace Forum (AYAF) for high school students, Aerospace Futures for undergraduate university students and the Australian University Rocketries Competition (AURC). For more information about AYAA and how you can join, you can visit their website: http://ayaa.com.au/join/
AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, is the world's largest professional society dedicated to aerospace activities, with over thirty thousand members worldwide. The Adelaide Professionals Chapter of the AIAA is proud to carry out the mission of the Institute here in Adelaide and more broadly throughout our community and region by advocating for aerospace at all levels. For more information about the AIAA, please visit https://www.aiaa.org/
Eventbrite Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aiaaayaa-netflix-movie-night-panel-discussion-tickets-116863350427
Hope to see you all there!
Melanie Jane Ward
AIAA Young Professionals Officer, Adelaide Section CAA General Council Member, Australasian Section Bachelor of Archaeology (2020) from Flinders University
Executive Certificate of Space Studies from UNISA and ISU SHSSP Alum Class of 2020
Steven S. Pietrobon
AIAA Adelaide Section Secretary
Small World Communicationssteven@sworld.com.au