Charlotte Van Camp
Ms. Charlotte Van Camp began working for NSR as an analyst in 2021. She received a bachelor’s in office management and International Business at the Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool of Antwerp and a Master’s in Space Studies from the International Space University.
During her time at the International Space University, she contributed to the “search for extraterrestrial intelligence” team project, presented at the International Astronautical Congress (2020). Her thesis project focused on “a disharmonized global legal environment in the space industry and related threats.”
In 2020, Ms. Van Camp completed an internship in the future projects and exploration department at Space Applications Services NV/SA, where she worked on the Lunar Volatiles Mobile Instrumentation extended (LUVMI-X) rover project.
Previously, she worked for several years at different research and non-governmental organizations, starting with the International Astronautical Federation. She has since worked as a team leader and business analyst conducting on-the-ground economic research in several emerging markets, including Congo Brazzaville, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the Philippines.
Ms. Van Camp is currently engaged with a project relating to global cyberattacks on satellites. She is also an active member of Women in Aerospace Europe and the Space Generation Advisory Council in Belgium.