We've just got to share this superb article in Fortune focused on women in space. Seraphim's Candace Johnson is centrally featured for her role as an entrepreneur (co-founding SES Astra) and her tireless work in the support of other women throughout her vast investment and space industry network.
Seraphim Space is all about diversity as a source of creative advantage as great minds don't think alike. The Board of the Seraphim Space Investment Trust Plc has a majority of women including Sue Inglis and Christina McComb. The Seraphim Investment Advisory Committee is also led by women with Ann Winblad alongside Candace Johnson.
Read the full Fortune article to learn about the pioneering women who are powering the private space industry:
As the space industry grew to include more and more applications—and more and more private sector companies—Johnson also began mentoring and investing in female space entrepreneurs. One investment led to another, and today Johnson spends much of her time in her role as partner at Seraphim Capital, a London-based firm which calls itself the global leader in “SpaceTech investment.” (Her other primary gig is vice chair of the board at NorthStar, a Canadian company which tracks space debris.) At Seraphim, too, she’s tried to scout out female entrepreneurs specifically. And along the path of her entire career, she’s worked to create opportunities for her female peers to establish themselves, and to stand out.