The future of humanity lies beyond the Earth. This is an essential and incredibly exciting step towards realising that future. I feel honoured to have the chance to play a part in that.
I'm passionate about space exploration and pushing the limits of science. I also am a devoted soccer fan (let's go Chelsea!) and I frequently see my favourite musicians in concert.
Josh Moore is the volunteer Program Assistant for the IMS summit. Since he was a young boy, building the Discovery Space Shuttle out of Lego, he has always had a fascination with what lies beyond our small blue planet.
After pursuing mathematical and physical sciences at school, Josh graduated with a Masters in Physics with Astrophysics from the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. His passion for space science became more of a hobby as he moved to Los Angeles on a journey of self-discovery. After exploring the wonders of the west coast, Josh now lives and works in London, running transformational projects for a large telecommunications company.
Afforded the chance to get involved with the International Moonbase Summit, he grabbed the opportunity with both hands; space exploration will always be an area of inspiration, certainly more so than maintaining the health of the phone network in England.
Josh is very excited about the day our Moonbase becomes a reality, and feels very privileged to play even a small role in creating that future for mankind.
I am a volunteer assistant and will help to plan the conference that is bringing these great minds together.
The future of human space travel.
I have a masters in Physics with Astrophysics. I also have a year's experience in a project management role for an international corporation.