Sinéad O’Sullivan is a Research Fellow at the Center for Climate and Security, where she looks at space technologies and their role in monitoring climate change and climate-related risks. Sinead is currently a Senior Researcher at Harvard Business School’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, where she leads Prof. Michael E. Porter’s work related to geopolitics and corporate strategy. Additionally, she is an Adjunct Professor in Aerospace Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology, teaching aerospace disruption. Prior to this, she was a Senior Fellow at MIT Sloan and MIT College of Computing, where she focused on the intersection of geopolitics, democracy and disruptive technologies. Sinead comes from background of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech, where she developed space technologies for NASA and the US Navy.