Indus Space was founded to be the bridge for the next generation to inspire them about the value of a STEAM career and the connections of Space Science within STEAM. As a social venture founded by a woman of colour in STEM, it is important to highlight how individuals with diverse backgrounds can be successful in STEAM, and in the Space sector in particular. The global space community is quite diverse, with more than 100 countries contributing to space initiatives. However, diversity is not currently reflected in various roles such as leadership positions within the Space Sector. Through our programming, we strive to fulfill the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 4,5, 8, and 10.
We work with several community organizations that share a common purpose of providing equitable access to STEM learning and youth programming to their networks and communities. We have partnered and facilitated events with several organizations across the Greater Toronto and Niagara Regions. Click on the logo to learn more about these organizations.