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SSPI Names Erin Weber a Future Leader of the Satellite Industry With 2014 Promise Award

09 October 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. 8 October 2014 – Hogan Lovells today announced that The Society of Satellite Professionals International (“SSPI”) will present its 2014 Promise Award to Erin Weber, a Law Clerk in the Washington, D.C. office. The Promise Awards honor three satellite executives age 35 and under for outstanding achievement in the early stages of their career.

In 2014, Weber brought her talents and experience to Hogan Lovells, where she is a member of the firm’s global satellite and corporate teams advising clients on satellite and aerospace related projects. Much of her experience came from her work as a senior attorney and contracts manager with International Launch Services. In that role, Weber worked with global satellite operators, from start-ups to those with established fleets, both commercial and governmental, spanning the globe. She served as lead negotiator and contract manager for many satellite programs, and her work at Hogan Lovells has expanded to cover all aspects of global satellite system procurements, transactions, insurance and financings.

The 2014 Promise Awards will be presented at the ninth annual Future Leaders Dinner at The Penn Club in Manhattan on Tuesday, 11 November. The proceeds of the dinner go to fund SSPI’s educational, professional development and industry growth initiatives. During SATCON, the three Promise Award winners will join top executives of the satellite industry for a keynote panel that will explore the most profound trends shaping technology, markets and business models in coming decades.

 
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