Jillianne Pierce is currently a Government Affairs Associate for the Space Foundation in Washington D.C., where she has worked for two years. She earned her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law after graduating magna cum laude from the University of Central Florida. Jillianne was on the Dean’s List at Miami Law and was a member of the Society of Bar & Gavel, the Public Interest Leadership Board, and the Honor Council and was president of the International Law Society. Jillianne has led a number of discussion panels on international and space law, including a 2012 discussion titled “When Diplomacy Fails: The Syria Dilemma” and a panel at Embry-Riddle’s annual Space Traffic Management conference in 2015. She also attended the 66th International Aeronautical Congress in Jerusalem, where she presented “Satellite Images and Their Impact on the Development of R2P.” Jillianne’s scholarship from SSPI will help her attend the International Space University’s Space Studies Program.
Jillianne received a scholarship from SSPI in 2016.
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