Gil Speed was a legend in the aerospace industry for over 50 years. Since he passed the torch to Joanna Speed, she has been a highly-accomplished leader providing information and intelligence to stakeholders at all levels in this ever-changing and ever-challenging industry.
Throughout the last decade, aerospace conferences have proliferated. However, a serious and perilous gap in actionable and impactful information, knowledge and intelligence exists for aerospace industry suppliers and providers.
To address this gap, The AeroLambda Group supported by a select group of middle market leaders and executives in the aerospace and defense industry have started "The Aerospace Event by Joanna Speed". This elite, bi-annual conference series will present top level information and exclusive intelligence on today's pressing topics for executives eager to discover and exchange ideas, uncover the vital concerns, and learn new developments in our rapidly changing industry.
Our vision is to provide the premier gathering for the important middle-tier of the aerospace industry on an exclusive basis to ensure quality input and discussions.
Joanna Speed specializes in bringing together prominent aerospace industry executives to expose the issues, confront the challenges, and answer the questions facing its stakeholders. She recently served as Chief Growth Officer of Aeromed Group, and previously was the Managing Director, Aerospace and Defense Events for the Aviation Week Network – which included the SpeedNews Legacy – where she led the launch and execution of multiple marketing strategies and audience engagement platforms. During her prior tenure, she emerged as a thought leader for pioneering forecasting and intelligence forums in the A&D arena. Joanna is a recipient of the Service to the Flag Award for Industry by Women In Defense and serves as the current President for the Women In Defense Greater Los Angeles Chapter – a subsidiary organization under the National Defense Industrial Association. She was recently recognized by Business Insider as one of the top 15 most recognized and influential women in aerospace.