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Sidus Space CEO Carol Craig wins Women Worth Watching® in STEM award for 2023

Sidus Space, Inc., a Space and Defense-as-a-Service satellite company focused on mission-critical hardware manufacturing; multi-disciplinary engineering services; satellite design, production, launch planning, mission operations; and in-orbit support, is pleased to announce its Founder and CEO, Carol Craig, was named a winner of the Profiles in Diversity Journal® Women Worth Watching® in STEM Award for 2023.

The Women Worth Watching in STEM Award recognizes the accomplishments of female leaders who are inspiring role models in their respective fields. Craig was selected as one of 35 awardees by a distinguished panel of judges based on her research, leadership, and commitment to mentoring in STEM. The winners will be profiled in the magazine’s upcoming Q2 issue.


“I am incredibly honored to be included in this award and to be amongst some of the most innovative and inspiring women in STEM,” said Craig. “I hope that by setting an example for other women striving to make a difference in STEM, we can open up more opportunities for them and create a pipeline of diverse talent that will propel the industry forward.”


Craig, who founded Sidus Space in 2012, has been a leader in the space technology industry for over 20 years. After years of designing, developing, and commercializing innovative space technologies with her other company, Craig Technologies, the former U.S. Navy flight officer and first female aviator in her squadron made history as a pioneer once again when she became the first female founder of a space-based company to go public on Nasdaq.

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