For the first time in the history of the Canadian space agency, a woman has been made the head of this space.
According to a foreign news agency, the Canadian government has announced in a statement that long-serving Lisa Campbell will take over as president of the Canadian Space Agency.
According to the US News Agency, Federal Minister for Innovation, Science and Industry Nodip Bains has said that Lisa Campbell’s experience in defense procurement will be useful and beneficial. This experience will help in making important purchases for the space sector. The Canadian Space Agency was established in March 1989 to monitor all space and civil activities in the country.
Campbell has also served as a senior executive at Veteran Affairs Canada for two years, having previously served as Deputy Minister of Defense and Marine Procurement, where she led the Canadian military and naval equipment acquisition organization. Of
Prior to Lisa Campbell, the agency was headed by Sullivan Lippert, who has been the head of the agency since 2015.