Event description

Please join us for the last of three private roundtables the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center has hosted with leaders from government, the private sector, and venture capital. This roundtable assumes that in the next decade, humanity will make sizable progress towards the establishment of a commercial industrial base for space technology. This progress will also pose challenges, since treaty and other policy documents were written for an era of nation-state-based relations – how will we govern and collaborate extraterrestrially as space becomes increasingly commercial? 

We invite you to join us and share your expertise and perspectives on this topic during this private, non-attribution discussion.

Michael Gold
Executive Vice President for Civil Space and External Affairs
Redwire Space

Laetitia Garriott de Cayeux
Founder and CEO
Global Space Ventures

Joe Laurienti
Founder and CEO
Ursa Major Technologies

Stephen Rodriguez
Senior Advisor, Forward Defense
Atlantic Council

Kara C. Cunzeman
Lead Futurist, Strategic Foresight, Center for Space Policy and Strategy
The Aerospace Corporation

Hosted by

David Bray, PhD
Director, GeoTech Center
Atlantic Council