We hope you will join us for our next luncheon or special MSBR events in the Maryland area. We invite you to discover opportunities where you can learn about the latest happenings and engage with some of the brightest talent within the Space industry! We offer year-round events, courses, workshops, and online learning opportunities for our members and the aerospace community.
Our events are open to the general public but please know that company members of the MSBR have priority seating. To attend any of our events please click on the link in the details of the event to purchase your seats or entire table for your group.
Please note that dates and speakers for MSBR events are subject to change. If you have questions regarding our events, please contact us at Missy Linkins.
Join the MSBR for our luncheon in January with special guest, Dr. Sarah Kapnick, kicking off 2024!
Sarah Kapnick, Ph.D., is chief scientist for NOAA. In this role, Dr. Kapnick is responsible for advancing policy and program direction for NOAA’s science and technology priorities.
Dr. Kapnick has extensive experience at the intersection of climate science and economics. Most recently, she served as a managing director at J.P. Morgan in the role of senior climate scientist and sustainability strategist for asset and wealth management. While at J.P. Morgan, she supported sustainability and climate action efforts and served as an advisor on new business and investment opportunities and risks.
Previously, Dr. Kapnick was a physical scientist and deputy division leader on seasonal to decadal variability and predictability at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL). At GFDL, her work spanned seasonal climate prediction, mountain snowpack, extreme storms, water security and climate impacts. She was an expert and reviewer for NOAA’s Small Business Innovation Research Program, a member of its Eastern Region Climate Team, a science panelist for Climate.gov and the NOAA team lead for the NASA High Mountain Asia Team.
Dr. Kapnick is a member of the American Geophysical Union, American Meteorological Society and American Association for the Advancement of Science. Prior to her graduate studies, she spent two years as an investment banking analyst with Goldman Sachs covering financial institutions. She received a Ph.D. in atmospheric and oceanic sciences with a certificate in leaders in sustainability from UCLA, and an A.B in mathematics with a certificate in finance from Princeton University.
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