Margo Deckard is the Co-Founder and COO of Lynk Global, Inc. She was Project Manager for the Ultra-Low-Cost Access to Space Study for the United States Air Force and has served as principal investigator for NASA-funded research on the environmental impacts of space solar power (SSP).
In this keynote, Margo Deckard will talk about how Lynk wants to provide everywhere connectivity directly to the existing 5.2 billion mobile phone users on the planet and to billions more who will now have a compelling reason to buy a mobile phone.
Margo Deckard is a Co-founder and the Chief Operating Officer of Lynk Global, Inc. Her work analyzing BGAN usage data from the 2014 Ebola Pandemic Crisis Response drove the Lynk team to design a global connectivity solution that uses the unmodified phone in everyone’s pocket. Previously, Margo served as VP of Programs for NexGen Space LLC, where she was Project Manager for the Ultra-Low-Cost Access to Space Study for the United States Air Force. This study focused on how the United States Government could leverage free enterprise to achieve low cost access to space to meet our National Security needs in the next 5 years. She was the PI for NASA-funded research on the environmental impacts of space solar power (SSP), and co-authored a study for the National Security Space Office on SSP. Margo wrote a web data connector for NetHope to connect data from the United Nations Humanitarian Crisis Response Syrian Refugee Crisis REST APIs and populate Tableau. This product will guide over 43 NGOs in their efforts to meet the needs of the Syrian Refugees. She has a BS in Genetic Engineering from Purdue University and an MS in Systems Engineering from Wright State University.
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