Mina Takla

Entrepreneur, Mechanical Engineer, and National Point of Contact in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

Mina Takla

Entrepreneur, Mechanical Engineer, and National Point of Contact in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

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I'm a member of STDM, NEO and SEPG/APOG at the Space Generation Advisory Council in support of the United Nations Program On Space Applications. SGAC space projects support humanity's goals of venturing out into space, and of protecting and advancing lives on Earth.

I have been selected from an outstanding pool of applicants to attend the MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp 2017 — where I will launch my startup, COSMOX. COSMOX is an aerospace/defense company that will offer solutions for disaster prevention, preparedness, and response through space technologies.

The goal of these projects is to make the world a better, resourceful, unbounded, peaceful, and a safer place for humans on Earth and Beyond!

Some of the projects I'm working on are dedicated to Educating, Informing, and Involving the general public and the next generation of Scientists and Engineers in STEM, R&D, and Arts/Humanities.

Reaching and Inspiring young people — as well as old ones — about STEAM will produce the next generation of scientists and engineers capable of solving our most compelling problems ranging from poverty, famine, disease, to security, global peace, all the way to tackling climate change, exploring and understanding the universe, and establishing human settlements on alien worlds.

  • Work
    • Space Generation Advisory Council
  • Education
    • St. Joseph American High School
    • Mechanical (Mechatronics) Engineering
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • Arizona State University
    • edX, Coursera, Khan Academy